The Department of Career Services sponsors the Career Series to help students learn more about different areas of the law and get practical advice from leading attorneys in these areas. The Career Series is ongoing and offered in the fall and spring semesters.
During the Fall 2021 Career Series, students will learn about opportunities with the Department of Justice and how the law school’s membership in Equal Justice Works can help them embark on a career in public service. They also will learn about the application process for state and federal judicial clerkships. The Career Series also will include a program to help students consider if they should get an LLM. For questions about the Career Series or to suggest a Career Series program, please contact:
Fall 2021 Career Series Programs
- Careers with the Department of Justice with Senior Litigation Counsel William Witherspoon, Wednesday, August 25, B219
- Opportunities through Equal Justice Works with Brooke Meckler, Director of Law School Engagement and Advocacy, Wednesday, September 8, (Zoom)
- Judicial Clerkship Panel, with Elizabeth Leverette (S.C. Supreme Court Staff Attorney’s Office). Michelle McMahon (former law clerk to the late U.S. District Judge C. Weston Houck), and Michael Monastra (S.C. Circuit Judge Roger Young), TBA
- The Value of an LLM with alumni Trey Jameson (chief administrative judge for the Town of Summerville and intellectual property adjunct professor at the Charleston School of Law), Kyle Smithwick (attorney for the U.S. House of Representatives) and Daniel Strickland (tax attorney at Eversheds Sutherland), Wednesday, October 13, (Zoom)
Programs are from noon – 1 p.m. Students should sign up to attend on CORE by going to events and then workshops.