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Join us for a discussion about transitioning from working in non-profits and legal services to working for the federal government. What are the primary differences between these practice settings? What do you need to know about making a successful transition? Which internships, clinics and skills do you need to focus on during law school to be able to work in both practice settings?
This panel will feature 2017-2018 Wasserstein Fellows:
- Stephen Cha-Kim ’11, Assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of New York
- Alejandro Reyes, Director for Program Legal Group, Office for Civil Rights, US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, formerly, Senior Counsel, Lawyers’ Committee, and Equal Justice Works Fellow
Co-sponsored by the Harvard Immigration Project, Advocates for Education, HLS Lambda, Tenant Advocacy Project, and Harvard Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review.
Non-pizza lunch will be provided. Please register below to let us know you are attending.
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