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Washington Council of Lawyers presents – Destination Public Interest: Seek out and Keep Your Ideal Public Interest Career

For some destinations, you need Google Maps. But for others (say, the public interest job of your dreams) there’s another way to get the best directions. I’m pleased to invite you to our panel called Destination Public Interest: Seek Out and Keep Your Ideal Public Interest Career.

Whether you’re a current law student, recent law school graduate or in the middle of your career, this event has something to offer you. Our panelists will provide tips for finding the perfect public interest job, living comfortably on a public interest salary and managing your law school debts, and effectively juggling the demands of your public interest job so you don’t burn out.

The event takes place at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, April 16, at Kirkland & Ellis (655 15th Street, NW). To sign up for this free program, you can click here or on the image below:

The event will be moderated by Jen Tschirch, public interest adviser at Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, and features the following panelists:

    * Isaac Bowers, Equal Justice Works

    * Greg Lipper, Americans United for the Separation of Church and State

    * David Steib, American University, Washington College of Law

    * Jen Thomas, Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia

Hope to see you there – and feel free to invite a friend!

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