Stay tuned to Facebook and the Lex for updates. Don’t forget to RSVP for the lunch-time lectures (February 10-13) through the “Events” tab in Symplicity to be guaranteed a lunch.
Monday, February 10, 2014 | Noon, 240 BLB
Public Interest Panel
Public interest attorneys will provide insight regarding their organizations, the rewards and challenges of their chosen careers, and how students can successfully apply for public interest positions. RSVP through the “Events” tab in Symplicity to be guaranteed a lunch.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 | Noon, 240 BLB
Equal Justice Works, Educational Debt Presentation
Don’t let the high cost of education and the burden of student debt prevent you from pursuing your dream public interest career. Learn from the experts at Equal Justice Works about how to handle your educational debt, including understanding your student loans, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, income-driven repayment plans, and Loan Repayment Assistance Programs. RSVP through the “Events” tab in Symplicity to be guaranteed a lunch.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 | Noon, 240 BLB
Government Agency Panel
Hear from government attorneys in a wide variety of settings and practice areas. The attorneys will share tips on how to apply, how to be a successful candidate, and the realities of working for the government. RSVP through the “Events” tab in Symplicity to be guaranteed a lunch.
Thursday, February 13, 2014 | Noon, 240 BLB
Summer Info Session
Learn about the UHLC Summer Public Interest Fellowship Program, Externship Program, and how to approach employers at the Government and Public Interest Table Talk. RSVP through the “Events” tab in Symplicity to be guaranteed a lunch.
The Government and Public Interest Table Talk (GPITT)
Friday, February 14, 2014 | 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
The Government and Public Interest Table Talk (GPITT) gives students the opportunity to meet with public interest employers and discuss internship opportunities for the upcoming summer or academic year. During the event, local non-profit organizations and government agencies come to campus and set up booths in the Law Center Commons and share information on their organization and its hiring needs. Remember to dress professionally and bring copies of your resume! Applicants should look through the CDO's GPITT employer list (you can find it here) as some employers want applications submitted before the event.