During Study Break, stop by and grab some lunch in the Atrium and then stop by the Auditorium to learn more about preparing for Fall OCI and job fairs this summer. Don’t miss this opportunity to ask upperclassmen everything you’d like to know about the application/bidding process for Fall OCI. Panelists include Katie Ostrander (2L), Emily Stegich (2L), Kevin Vermillion (2L), and Sarah McDermand (3L). Co-sponsored by the Action Committee fo
Getting the Most Out of Your Summer Nonprofit or Government Position
Thursday, April 18, Noon – 1:00pm, TNH 2.138
Lunch will be served.
Working for a nonprofit or government agency this summer? This session will prepare you to thrive and get the most out of your summer work experience. Tina Fernandez, Director of Pro Bono Programs, along with a panel of students familiar with nonprofit and government settings, will discuss how
Have you been wondering about judicial clerkships? Believe it or not, decisions you are making now affect your application. The Clerkship Advisors (Prof. Alex Albright, Prof. Elana Einhorn, and Remi Ratliff, Director of Judicial Programs) will discuss what law clerks do; why clerkships help you become a successful lawyer; what judges look for in selecting a law clerk; and what you can do now to become a successful candidate, including which co
This very timely event will feature a candid conversation between Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of last summer’s controversial article, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” (The Atlantic, July/August 2012) and Deborah Epstein Henry, consultant and author of Law & Reorder: Legal Industry Solutions for Restructure, Retention, Promotion and Work/Life Balance (ABA, 2010).