Women’s Law and Public Policy Post-Graduate Fellowship (WLPPF) Information Session – Thursday, October 2, 5pm in OPICS (room 212)
Join Jill Morrison, the Executive Director of the WLPPF for tips and advice on the fellowship application process. The application deadline is Friday, October 17, 2014. Check the website for detailed information.
The Georgetown Law Journal is seeking submissions for notes and papers for publication from all GULC students. The next deadline for submission is Monday, September 29th at 5 PM. Publication can bring many career benefits and can also serve as a writing sample for employment and clerkship applications.
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Sep 22 2014
Bidding for the Government and Public Interest Resume Collect Program Now Open - (Second- and Third-year Students Only)
Bidding for the 2014 Government and Public Interest Resume Collect Program is now open. This resume collect program includes government and public interest agencies that offer paid and unpaid summer internship, and a limited number of entry-level attorney opportunities. Please note - this program is open to current 2Es, 2L/3Es, and 3L/4Es only. Summer recruitment programs for 1Ls will kick off in December. Click above for more information.
Sep 19 2014
Program Round-up- September 22-26
This is a round-up of all Careers programs taking place in the next week. Full details and RSVP information can be found on Symplicity.
We invite all 1Ls and 1Es to attend an informative and inspiring dinner discussion featuring a faculty panel sharing their experiences and advice across a broad range of public interest areas. The Public Interest 101 Dinner will be held on September 30, 2014 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm in G12. RSVP Required. Click above for more information.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Corporate Counsel Association (WMACCA), a leading regional professional association for in-house counsel, is pleased to present this panel discussion among local in-house counsel on Thursday, October 9 at 6:00 p.m. in Georgetown Law's 5th Floor Faculty Lounge (McDonough Hall).
The speakers will provide firsthand information about working as a corporate counsel and the steps students can take now and after graduation to prepare themselves for an in house career.
Join OCS and OPICS to kick off our new brown bag series, Practice Areas & Pastries! Each hour-long program will focus on a specific practice area and will provide students with the opportunity to meet and ask questions of private and public sector attorneys in that practice area, in a small group setting.
Date: Monday, September 22nd
Location: McDonough 492
RSVP: Required through Symplicity - Events Tab
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Check out our OCS/OPICS Events Calendar on the Careers website as well as your weekly Career Clips email so that you don’t miss out on any of our upcoming programs!
Still interested in internship or entry-level attorney opportunities with government employers? You’re in luck – bidding for the Government and Public Interest Resume Collect Program opens next Monday, September 22! The Government and Public Interest Resume Collect Program includes government and public interest agencies that offer paid and unpaid internship and entry-level attorney opportunities. All application materials for the Resume Collect will be collected via Symplicity, and provided to participating organizations under one cover. Employers participating in the program typically only contact students of interest to arrange interviews. Click above for more information about the Program.
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The employer sign-in sheets from the Government Interview Program (GIP) are now available at the front desk in OPICS. Please feel free to stop by any time to collect employer contact information during our office hours (9:00 am - 5:30 pm M - F). Click above for more information.
Sep 11 2014
Upcoming ABA Program: Legal Careers in Cybersecurity, Homeland Security, and Privacy: An ABA Evening of Networking and Discussions with the Experts
Sections of the American Bar Association (ABA) are co-sponsoring a joint program on legal careers in Cybersecurity, Homeland Security, and Privacy on the evening of October 14. This ABA event will bring together law students in the DC area to meet, network, and hear from an exceptional cast of experienced and diverse lawyers who have built careers in federal agencies, on the Hill, within the private sector, and at law firms where they have handled the hottest issues in cybersecurity, homeland security, privacy, and all of the above.