How does today’s challenging legal market affect what employers really look for in a student resume and cover letter? Join us for candid advice and practical tips on crafting an effective resume and persuasive cover letter.
This program is primarily for 2Ls who are interested in public sector positions for the summer and/or post-graduation, but 3Ls are also welcome (as are 1Ls who are welcome to attend for general informational purposes).
Panelists will discuss their fellowship experiences and their advice on preparing and applying for a fellowship. They will share how their fellowships have prepared them for criminal defense-related work and will highlight opportunities for internships, jobs, and fellowships at the organizations they have worked for.
The Law Women's Caucus presents a lunchtime talk with female judges on Wednesday, April 11th. Judges Pallmeyer, Kendall and St. Eve from the Northern District of Illinois and Illinois Supreme Court Justice Theis will present a panel moderated by Professor Siegler.
Dan Currell, '97, and Anna Ivey, '97, both graduated from the Law School fifteen years ago. They both started their careers practicing law at large law firms, and fairly quickly realized that their talents, education, and skills could open other doors. Through hard work and a lot of creative career thinking, Dan and Anna both found the jobs they were born to do.