If you’re interested in pursuing a career in government or public interest, October is the month for you!
From Monday, September 30th through Wednesday, October 30th, the CDO is co-sponsoring with multiple student organizations to bring government and public interest attorneys to campus to speak to you about their career paths! Everyone in the Notre Dame Law School community is invited to attend all events!
Public Interest Month kicks off on Monday, September 30th from 4-6 in the courtroom with:
A Conversation with the 2018 Shaffer and Bank of America Foundation Public Interest Fellows
Speakers: Ka’sha Bernard, Crag Law Center, Portland, Oregon; Robert Lee, Midwest Environmental Advocates, Madison, Wisconsin; Arianna Cook-Thajudeen, National Housing Law Project, San Francisco, California; Will Tronsor, Disability Rights New York, Albany, New York; Terrence Way, Chicago Board of Education, Chicago, Illinois;
Co-sponsored by the Black Law Students Association, Environmental Law Society, and Public Interest Law Forum
Here is the full slate of events:
This is a great opportunity to get exposed to a wide variety of different career paths, learn more about different practice areas within public interest law, and network with ND alumni!
RSVP for all events on IrishLink.