The inaugural NDAA 2023 Job Fair is an exciting opportunity for students to meet a number of prosecuting agencies seeking to hire persons for entry-level and lateral positions. Justice-driven students and attorneys who have a passion for advocating for the rights of all involved in the criminal justice system should attend. Multiple networking opportunities will […]
This spring, Equal Justice Works (EJW) will host a series of virtual events that will bring together a diverse group of law students, law school professionals, and public interest leaders for substantive presentations and workshops on Equal Justice Works programming and resources. Their final event will take place on Thursday, March 31 from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. […]
4th Annual New York State Public Defenders Career Fair Friday, October 29, 2021 from 1:00 – 5:00 pm EST Registration and details; Registration Deadline: October 20, 2021Participation is free. How it Works:Participants are invited to network and interview for internships, entry-level and lateral positions. Candidates will visit employers’ Zoom rooms for conversation and interviews (via breakout […]
It’s time to register for the virtual Equal Justice Works (EJW) 2021 Conference and Career Fair! BC Law will cover the $25 registration fee to register! Although the deadline to apply to interviewing employers has now passed, you can still make the deadline to register for the conference and Table Talk networking opportunities with employers: […]
Zoom link available on SAGE. Co-sponsored by the CSO.
Legal search firm Major, Lindsey & Africa will now offer its four attorney-focused podcast series on the Legal Talent Talk Network. Current podcast series include Beyond Stereotypes (exploring the unique practices of successful attorneys), Between the Legal Lines (featuring conversations with leading female attorneys), Erasing the Stigma (discussing mental health issues within the legal profession), […]
Marcia Ballinger (co-author of The 20-Minute Networking Meeting) shares tips for networking during the current public health crisis and emphasizes that networking is more important than ever.