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USAJobs Training

USAJobs and the Federal Job Search
Looking for positions on USAJobs and not sure where to start? Review OCPD’s recent presentation about the USAJobs website here:  http://media.wcl.american.edu/Mediasite/Play/6165ee6b92eb49dea558648b01df44cd1d  and be sure to look at the accompanying Slide Show.

Clerkships 201 (Fall 2016)

Clerkships 201: The Nuts and Bolts of Applying for Judicial Clerkships

Clerkships 201 Handout


You’ve attended 101 and know what a clerkship is, why you’d want
to do one, and what you need to be a prime candidate. Now what?
Attend Clerkships 201 to learn the real nuts and bolts of the
application process, including how to use OSCAR, how to search for state court clerkships, what to highlight in your resume and cover letter, and how to select your writing sample. We’ll also cover the very important topic of letters of recommendation.

Access Granted: AUWCL Alumni Networking Event

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Register Here: https://law-american-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?mode=form&id=07b514572a0cb357069b2f68a4faa3e6&s=event&ss=ws

Gender Equality Voices from the Global South

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship, American University Washington College of Law and University of Minnesota Law School

With the support of
Department of State, Institute of International Education, Washington College of Law Women and the Law Program and Washington College of Law Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

cordially invite you to the Conference

Gender Equality: Voices From the Global South
Opening Remarks by
Mala Adiga
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Academic Programs

Humphrey Fellow Professionals from Yemen, Zambia, Ethiopia, Palestine/Israel, Chile, India, Mexico, Turkey, Philippines, South Africa, Peru and Tunisia, working on women’s rights in the Global South, will share their experiences, challenges and proposals to end gender based discrimination in their regions.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Room NT08 Warren Building Washington College of Law | 4300 Nebraska Ave NW | Washington, DC

Registration:

Please go to https://www.wcl.american.edu/secle/registration

for further information, please contact: WCL Humphrey Felloship Program, 202.274.4427 or humprehy@wcl.american.edu

Gender Equality Voices from the Global South
Invitation – Gender Equality Voices from the Global South

Pathways to Employment in International Law

Pathways to Employment in International Law

March 28
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Claudio Grossman Hall

This annual event will feature 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.

Presented by the Office of Career & Professional Development and the American Bar Association Section of International Law

Leonardo A Crippa WCL’08 – Senior Attorney, Indian Law Resource Center
Michael Gagain WCL’11 – Attorney, Office of the Chief Counsel for Trade Enforcement & Compliance, U.S. Department of Commerce
Maanasa Reddy WCL’12 – Program Officer, Europe and Eurasia ABA Rule of Law Initiative
Shawna Wilson WCL ’00 – Deputy Director in the Office of Multilateral Affairs in the Department of State’s Bureau of Counterterrorism

 

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