Feb. 28, SJT: TeamChild Information Session
Join Marcos Zuniga, an Investments and Partnership Officer at TeamChild, please join him in a discussion on the legal services that TeamChild provides, sharing his experiences in legal services, talking about potential student internships with the organization, and followed up by a Q&A. RSVP on Symplicity.
Feb. 28: Annual Public Service Law Community Dinner, Intersectinality & Difference: Working Together for Social Change
How can lawyers better meet the legal needs of grassroots communities organizing for change?
How can lawyers support community-driven efforts from behind?
How do we find balance in our own multiple and intersectional identities that affect our approach to problem solving and social change work?
Please join us for a community dinner and inspiring discussion about movement building lawyering in the 21st century. RSVP on Symplicity.
March 1: Women Rise: Empowering Women through Legal Rights and Economic Opportunity
Global Washington, in celebration of International Women’s Day, is hosting a panel discussion regarding legal rights and economic opportunity for women in developing countries. Please join us! Panelists include Kelly McDonald, Director of Advancement, Agros International, Eileen Moncoeur, Executive Director, Partners Asia, Tzili Mor, Director, Landesa Center for Women’s Land Rights, Moderator: Katrin Wilde, Executive Director, Channel Foundation.
March 6: Alaska Supreme Court Justice Visit, Justice Dan Winfree
Come join Justice Dan Winfree of the Alaska Supreme Court for an informal, relaxed coffee-and-cookies session on Monday, March 6, from 3 to 4 pm in the McFarlane Lounge. If you’re applying for clerkships, it’s a great opportunity to chat about what judges look for and what impresses them. If you’re thinking about working in Alaska, it’s a great opportunity to find out about the legal community there. And even if you’re doing neither, judges tend to have fascinating perspectives on legal issues, law school, and careers. (And there’s cookies!) Please RSVP in Symplicity.
March 7: Why Consumer Protection?
Join current consumer protection attorneys for a telephonic panel discussion to hear tips on pursuing consumer protection law as a possible career. Panelists will share their experiences as private practitioners and attorneys at government agencies including the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Department of Justice. The discussion will also include ways the Section of Antitrust Law can serve as a valuable resource for law students.