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Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Informational Panel on 4/22

2014 April 21

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Informational Panel

A panel of representatives from the FBI will be here to discuss the work they do, required skills sets to be competitive, potential internships and employment opportunities, as well as answer general questions.

Meet and learn more about the following types of positions: 

- Intelligence Analysts

- Forensic Accountants

- Special Agents

- Professional Staff

- FBI Police



When: Tuesday 4/22

Time: 3:30-5:00 pm

Where: 1957 E Street, NW, Lindner Family Commons


To learn more about the FBI, please visit and click on careers link.

Volunteer for the ABA’s Sixth Annual National Institute on Internal Corporate Investigations

2014 April 17
by gwlawcareers

The ABA is holding the Sixth Annual National Institute on Internal Corporate Investigations and Forum on In-House Counsel at the ABA Office in DC and at the Park Hyatt Washington on April 23-25,2014 and is seeking law student volunteers to attend the program at no cost in exchange for dedicated volunteer hours; tasks will include assisting with registration and CLE sign.  Students will get to attend sessions as well as the cocktail reception.  The full program agenda, including the list of esteemed faculty, is located

Interested students should contact Melissa Calahan at with the following information:

-          Name

-          ABA number (if applicable)

-          Email

-          Days/time available from Wednesday, April 23 to Friday, April 25

GW Law’s 2014 Business and Finance Law Summer Workshops in New York City

2014 April 16

GW Law is proud to announce the new 2014 Business and Finance Law Summer Workshops. This innovative free program offers students unparalleled access to prominent law firms and financial institutions in New York City this summer, including Goldman Sachs, KKR (a prestigious private equity firm), Kirkland & Ellis, Sullivan & Cromwell, and other top financial institutions and law firms.

What are the workshops about?  The Workshops offer a fantastic opportunity for students to network, while also learning from practitioners in the areas of transactional and corporate law, finance regulation, investment management, crisis management, bankruptcy, and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance.

What is the fee?  There is no fee to attend.

When are the workshops held?  Programs are held Wednesday evenings in June and July.  Limited space available — first come, first served.

Who can attend?  Current students, alumni, and prospective students who have paid an initial seat deposit are welcome to attend.

How do I register?  To view the 2014 Business and Finance Law Summer Workshops schedule and to register, please visit  Please RSVP separately for each workshop that you wish to attend; you may register to attend as many workshops as you would like.


Careers in Global Health: A Conversation with SPH Alumni [GW School of Public Health Program]

2014 April 15

How much international experience do you need to get a job doing field work?  What skills are in highest demand for global health-related jobs?  How do you go about looking for an international practicum?  In this webinar Milken Institute School of Public Health alumni will discuss their careers in global health.  Register to tune in to the live webinar and participate in the Q&A.

Careers in Global Health: A Conversation with SPH Alumni
April 16, 2014
12-1pm EDT

SPH alumni panelists include:

Erica M. Daniel, MPH ’11
Junior Professional Associate, The World Bank (Ghana)

Chelsea Ducharme, MPH ’11
Fundraising Manager, Action for Community Development, Global Health Corps Fellow (Uganda)

Tahilin S. Karver, MPH ’10
Program Researcher, Population Council (Mexico)

Register now to tune into the session live on 4/16.  For those not able to tune in live, a recording of the webinar will be made available.  Details about accessing the recording will be provided at a future date.

This webinar is open to GW students and alumni.

Join The Career Center for a Study Break with Snacks on April 16 at 11AM!

2014 April 14
by gwlawcareers

The Career Center wishes you good luck on your exams and invites you to stop, say, “Hello,” and grab a snack!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014
11:00 AM
Kelly Lounge

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In Case You Missed It: Lambda Reception Recap

2014 April 11
by gwlawcareers

The 2014 Lambda Reception took place on Wednesday, March 26th in the law school lobby.  This year’s reception was a wonderful event, which featured representatives from 45 legal employers, including area law firms, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations.  Over 240 students registered for the event from all nine DC-area law schools and from law schools around the country.  This year, our special guest was the Honorable Todd Hughes, Circuit Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the first openly gay judge on a federal circuit court.  In lieu of official remarks, Judge Hughes opted for being interviewed by Professor Roger Schechter, and provided insightful reflections on his career and words of inspiration for current law students.  If you didn’t make it to the reception this year, we encourage you to look out for it next spring.  We hope to see you there!

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3L Sendoff/Peer Networking

2014 April 8
by gwlawcareers

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​REMINDER: The Summer 2014 Field Placement Program Deadline is April 11th!

2014 April 8
by gwlawcareers

​The Summer 2014 Field Placement Program Deadline is Approaching!



Students looking to earn Field Placement credit this summer should complete the steps below:

1. Secure an internship with a qualifying government, judicial or non-profit agency. For more info on what qualifies, please see the Student Handbook.

2. Complete the Student Registration Form using the appropriate link below:

· Student Registration Form – DC Metro Area Externships

· Student Registration Form – Distance Externships
(for students with internships OUTSIDE of the DC Metro area ONLY)

3. Send the link to the Supervisor Registration Form (below) to your attorney supervisor for completion:

· Summer 2014 Supervisor Registration Form​**
​**NOTE: Your supervisor will not be able to access the portal. Please send them the direct link to the form (provided above).**​

4. Once both forms are received, you will be assigned a co-requisite course (if applicable), and the credits will be added to your schedule in late April.

**Please visit the Field Placement Program PORTAL PAGE for additional information regarding program requirements**


Making the Most of Your Summer Job Program is Today at Noon [Career Center]

2014 April 7

Making the Most of Your Summer Job
Monday, April 7, 12:00pm
in the Moot Court Room (L101)

Calling All Law Students with Summer Jobs!  Come to this panel to learn about how to make the most of your summer job.

*What is the best way to complete assignments?
*What is the assignment system?
*Are social events mandatory?

These and other questions will be addressed by a large law firm recruiting professional, large law firm hiring partner, and an attorney supervisor from the public sector.  Don’t miss this important session!

REMINDER: Only Two Sessions Left of 2014 Recruitment Info Sessions!

2014 April 4

Interested in participating in on-campus interviewing next fall?  Interested in meeting with employers in DC, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Miami, San Francisco, or Los Angeles? If so, please attend one of the two remaining 2014 Recruitment Program Information Sessions!

There are two remaining information sessions for students interested in participating in the 2014 on-campus recruitment program or 2014 regional recruitment programs in New York, Philadelphia, Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.  These programs take place in July and August of 2014 and participating students will be required to register and bid for interviews this summer. All students interested in participating in these programs are strongly encouraged to attend one of the information sessions.   The logistics and strategy of bidding on employers and important summer deadlines will be discussed.

2014 Recruitment Information Sessions:
Friday, April 4 2:00 – 3:00 LL101
Monday, April 7 5:20 – 6:20 pm LL101