Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising (OPIA)
Sign-up for a one-on-one advising appointment with Eileen Decker, the Former US Attorney for Central District of CA, Friday October 6, 9 am-1 pm. Until earlier this year, Eileen M. Decker served as a United States Attorney, and as such was the chief federal law enforcement officer in the Central District of California, a sprawling district based in Los Angeles that encompasses seven counties. Ms. Decker oversaw the largest United States Attorney’s Office outside of the District of Columbia, an office that employs approximately 280 attorneys who serve almost 20 million residents. The United States Attorney’s Office prosecutes the entire range of federal criminal offenses, defends the United States in civil actions, and represents government interests in tax matters.
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Juvenile Law Center is now accepting nominations for its 2018 Leadership Prize. The Leadership Prize recognizes outstanding work on behalf of youth in the child welfare or justice systems by nominees of any profession – law, government, the arts, media, entertainment, sports or any other field. Find out more!
We look forward to getting to know you in the coming months and to helping you learn more about public interest career opportunities. Although you cannot receive formal career advising until October 15th, you can still take affirmative steps now to begin your career exploration.
The application for the Harvard Law School Public Service Venture Fund Seed Grants are now open!
The Seed Grants fund Harvard Law School graduating 3Ls or alumni to start their own nonprofits. Learn more about the Seed Grant and qualifications.
The application deadline is: Monday, October 23, at 5 pm.
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