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Professional Development Spotlight

Don’t miss this professional development panel opportunity that will be taking place next Wednesday at the law school!

The panel, hosted by the American Association of Justice and AUWCL’s Trial Advocacy Program will be moderated by Prof. Liz Lippy.

Please see the flyer to the right for registration information.

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ABA Pathways to Employment in International Law

The Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) and the American Bar Association Section of International Law will host a diverse group of attorneys who achieved success through a career in international law practice, advising clients on legal issues involving international matters, doing research, advising governments or teaching international law. The speakers will advise J.D. and LL.M. students on how to pursue an interesting and successful career in international practice.

Registration is FREE but RSVP is required at:

https://www.wcl.american.edu/secle/registration

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Pathways to Employment in Int’l Law Teleconference

INVITATION TO LAW STUDENTS, NEW LAWYERS, AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

The American Bar Association Section of International Law

cordially invites you to

Pathways to Employment in International Law
Global Teleconference
Thursday, October 2, 2014
12:30 P.M. – 2:00 P.M.
TOLL FREE DIAL IN NUMBER: 888-399-7757
PARTICIPANT PASSCODE: 502 587 3716
RSVP to angela.benson@americanbar.org

A unique forum that brings law students and new lawyers together with experienced practitioners to explore opportunities for employment in international law. Learn about International internship opportunities, how to network with legal experts from around the world, practice in other legal systems and cultures, become active in international organizations and societies, and how to develop legal and interpersonal skills.

The distinguished panel includes:

• Olufemi Elias, Director of the Office of the Legal Adviser,
Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
• Ingrid Busson-Hall, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley
• William Black, William Black Law
• Kirsten Burghardt Propst, The World Bank

Interested in working abroad?

Check out PSJD’s International Public Interest Law Resources http://blog.psjd.org/2013/03/01/interested-in-working-abroad-check-out-psjds-international-public-interest-law-resources/