Financial Literacy for Future Lawyers
Thursday, February 18, 2016 | 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Faculty Conference Center
The George Washington University Law School will be hosting the Spotlight on Government and Non-Profit Internships for GW Law students on Wednesday, February 17th from 4 to 6pm at the Marvin Center. This event is open to GW Law students only.
If you are still looking for a summer internship and/or planning for your 2016-17 academic year, this Fair is perfect for you! While there is no resume collection beforehand, please do bring extra resumes with you as employers will be discussing their various opportunities for rising 2Ls and 3Ls.
Business Attire Encouraged.
Here is a sampling of the Employers Attending:
Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center
Chesapeake Legal Alliance
District of Columbia Attorney General’s Office
Federal Election Commission, Office of General Counsel
Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia
National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy
National Labor Relations Board
National Security Counselors
Office of Federal Public Defender, Eastern District of Virginia
Public Defender Service for DC – Mental Health Division
Tahirih Justice Center
U.S. Air Force JAG Corps
U.S. Army JAG Corps
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
U.S. Department of Homeland Security/Immigration and Customs Enforcement
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (Office of General Counsel)
United States Congress, Joint Committee on Taxation
World Bank Group
GW Law IP students! Mark your calendars for Feb. 4th and Feb. 11th.
Loyola Patent Law Interview Program Information Session
Thursday, February 4, 2:45-3:40PM
Come find out why you should attend the Loyola Program and what to expect. Student registration opens next week! Hear from past students who attended the program and their tips.
The information session will include these topics:
- Bidding process
- Travel arrangements and timing
- Format of interviews
- Cocktail/Dinner receptions
- Call backs
…And much more!
For more information on the Loyola Patent Law Interview Program, please refer to the program website at http://www.luc.edu/law/career/
Annual IP Networking Reception
Thursday, February 11th, 5-7PM
Marvin Center Grand Ballroom
*THESE EVENTS ARE OPEN TO GW LAW STUDENTS ONLY*
Client Service: Becoming a Trusted Advisor
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 | 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Faculty Conference Center
with JeanMarie Campbell, Client Relationship Executive, Ropes & Gray (Advisory Council Member)
Daniel Stanco, Partner, Ropes & Gray (NY)
In a competitive landscape, lawyers need to be trusted advisors. What does this mean and how do you take on this role? In this session, you will (1) learn about the five stages of building a trusted advisor relationship, (2) hear from a Ropes & Gray partner about how he applies client service concepts, and (3) practice some of the skills that will help you on your way to becoming a Trusted Advisor.
JeanMarie Campbell is a client relationship executive in the firm’s New York office. She works with partners to create business development action plans and maximize clientteaming efforts. In this role, she provides relationship-building support to partners, and assists in the research and planning of client meetings. JeanMarie also leads the associate business development training efforts at the firm. Prior to joining Ropes & Gray, JeanMarie was the chief operating officer of the legal & compliance department at asset management firm AllianceBernstein, where her responsibilities included financial oversight, client service relations and talent management for the 150-person department. Before joining AllianceBernstein, JeanMarie was chief recruitment and professional development officer at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, where she worked for more than seven years. Prior to joining Akin Gump, she practiced corporate and bankruptcy law for nine years. JeanMarie began her legal career at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett.
Dan Stanco, a partner in Ropes & Gray’s real estate investments & transactions group, focuses his practice on real estate joint ventures, investments and finance for all asset classes. Throughout his career, Dan has represented a broad range of clients, including institutional real estate investors, private equity funds, hedge funds, public REITs, developers, investment and commercial banks, and domestic and foreign investors in complex U.S. and international real estate transactions. Dan has extensive experience in advising clients in capital markets transactions, repurchase facilities, joint ventures, co- 3 investments, distressed acquisitions and restructurings, mortgage and mezzanine financings, hotel management, condominium developments, leasing and portfolio transactions. In addition, Dan is actively involved in multiple charitable initiatives as a member of the board of directors of The Feed Foundation, counsel to a New York City charter school and former advisor to various foundations supported by the United Nations and Clinton Global Initiative.
Click below to take this short quiz during your next study break to find out!
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Space is limited so please click here to reserve your spot. Light refreshments will also be served! The deadline to register is 5:00pm on February 5, 2016.
Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP
Diversity & Flexibility Alliance
GW Law Career Center
Are you ready for the Public Sector Recruitment Program (PSRP)?
Whether you are scheduled to interview with employers, students seeking summer internship opportunities should attend the Table Talk portion of the program from 2:00pm to 4:00 pm on Friday, January 29th.
As of January 11, over 50 employers, including NGOs and government agencies are registered to attend. A list of registered employers is available here: PSRP Table Talk List . This is a fantastic opportunity to meet potential employers and develop professional contacts.
Not sure how to handle the conversations at the event or how best to follow up with contacts you establish?
Attend the PSRP info session on Wed. January 27th at noon in LL101 and the informational interviews workshop on Monday, January 25th at 5:00 pm. Registration for the workshop and all spring workshops are available on Symplicity.
Counselors are also available on a drop-in basis during regular business hours at the Career Center (B310) for short questions regarding PSRP or other job search questions.
This is a premiere event open only to GW Law and Georgetown Law students. Don’t miss it!
Tasher Great Room
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Deborah Epstein Henry
How can you approach your job search to maximize your happiness? At this event, ABA best-selling author, consultant and legal industry expert, Debbie Epstein Henry, will share creative and disruptive solutions to improve the job search process for law students. Through dialogue, innovative foresight, and understanding, attendees will leave the program armed with wisdom and inspiration of how to successfully navigate this critical moment of upheaval and opportunity facing the legal profession. Debbie will share the current trends and challenges in the legal marketplace and then focus on strategies to determine the range of venues to work, the means to design an innovative legal career and successful guidelines to frame a job search and identify an employer’s culture.
Have you reserved your space for “Grow Your Grit”?
Join us for an interactive workshop aimed at teaching participants the secret to success in law school and the legal profession! This is a great opportunity to meet and learn from industry experts Milana Hogan, Chief Legal Recruiting & Professional Development Officer with Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP and Manar Morales, President & CEO of the Diversity & Flexibility Alliance.
Grow Your Grit
Thursday, February 11, 2016 | 6:00-8:00pm
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
1700 New York Avenue N.W., Suite 700
Washington, DC 20006
RSVP today as space is limited.
The deadline to register is 5:00pm on February 5, 2016.
What are resume books?
The Career Center often receives requests from alumni and employers of all types for resumes of students interested in certain practice areas or geographic markets. These alumni and employers may seek these resumes for internships, full-time positions, networking, mentoring or other professional opportunities. When the Career Center receives these requests, we will rely on the resumes in the Resume Books as a primary resource for sharing student resumes.
The Resume Books are not a substitute for continuing to apply to job postings and in developing your professional contacts, but are intended as an additional tool allowing the Career Center to provide resumes to alumni and employers.
We encourage all upper class students to use these resume books as an additional tool in their job searches. For more information on the resume books and submission instructions, click here: Resume Book Handout.