Career Series

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 2020 Career Series, students will learn about opportunities with the Department of Justice and explore how funding from Equal Justice Works can support their public interest work during and after law school. They also will get practical advice about working in class action litigation. Additionally, a panel of alumni will discuss state and federal judicial clerkships. For questions about the Career Series or to suggest a Career Series program, please contact:

Michelle M. Condon
Director of Public Service and Pro Bono

 Fall 2020 Career Series Programs

  • Careers with the Department of Justice, with Senior Litigation Counsel William Witherspoon, Wednesday, August 26
  • Pursuing Your Public Interest Career through Equal Justice Works, with Program Manager Brooke Meckler, Wednesday, September 9
  • Careers in Class Action Litigation, with Don Miglori (Motley Rice), Wednesday, September 23
  • Judicial Clerkship Panel, with Chris Buthmann (N.J. Superior Court), Lucius Bullock (S.C. Circuit Judge George McFaddin), Bridgett Dudding (N.J. Superior Court Judge Sarah Johnson), Elizabeth Leverette (S.C. Supreme Court Staff Attorney’s Office), and Michelle McMahon (former law clerk to the late U.S. District Judge C. Weston Houck), Wednesday, October 21

Programs are from noon – 1 p.m. online through Zoom. Students should sign up to attend on Symplicity by going to events and then workshops. After signing up, students will receive the Zoom link.



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