Interviews, Networking, and Workshops – We hope to see you and your students in October!

Friday, October 23 & Saturday, October 24
Crystal Gateway Marriott

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Travel and Accommodations

Student and Recent Graduate Registration

Registration Fee: $25 per student

Students and recent graduates may register to attend the Conference and Career Fair from August 11 to October 9. All applications for interviews must be submitted by 6 p.m. EDT on September 14. A request must be sent to careerfair@equaljusticeworks.org by 5 p.m. EDT on October 9 to cancel registration and receive a full refund.

Note: Due to NALP guidelines, 1L students are not eligible to interview with employers during the Equal Justice Works Career Fair. However, 1L students may informally talk to employers during Table Talk on Friday and Saturday.

Students and recent graduates can learn more here!

If you have any questions about the Conference and Career Fair, please contact careerfair@equaljusticeworks.org.

Important Dates

  • August 11 – September 14: Student and recent graduate registration and application

Students interested in learning more about PDS, either for the school term, summer or permanent hiring, are invited  to the PDS open house on Thursday, July 23 at 5:30 pm on the 6th floor of 633 Indiana Avenue, NW. There will be a short panel presentation followed by attorney and law clerk representatives from each of our divisions. This is a great opportunity to meet PDS staff, learn about the organization, and ask questions in a low key environment.

Meet the Jolly Good Fellows 

Tuesday, March 24th, 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Kirkland & Ellis (655 15th Street, NW)

RSVP here

We are pleased to announce the return of Meet the Jolly Good Fellows, a one-of-a-kind opportunity for law students to meet current and former fellows from a variety of fellowship programs.

This business-casual reception will give you a chance to talk to current and former fellows about applying for postgraduate public-interest fellowships, the benefits and challenges of being a fellow, and the ways in which a fellowship can jump start your public-interest career.

We’ll have current and former fellows from organizations such as Legal Counsel for the Elderly, Neighborhood Legal Services Program, National Women’s Law Center, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, and more. Public-interest coordinators from several area law schools will also be on hand to answer questions. RSVP here.

The Georgetown University Law Center’s Caribbean Students Association is holding a panel and reception on Careers in International Law on Thur., March 5 from 6-9pm at the Law Center. Please see the attached flyer and RSVP to Suzan A. Phillips at sap46@georgetown.edu.

The WBA International Law Forum and a number of co-sponsors are holding a joint happy hour for international law on Wed., March 25 from 6-8pm at Café Citron in Dupont Circle. See the attached flyer for details and register here – there is no cost to attend,

The Washington, DC Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society
presents Access to Justice Brownbag Lunch Featuring:

Jess Rosenbaum
Executive Director
D.C. Access to Justice Commission

Attorneys across disciplines can usually agree on one thing: it is almost
always preferable to have a lawyer than to go it alone. Navigating the
civil courts can be complicated in the best of circumstances, but
low-income residents in DC often have no option but to represent
themselves, putting them at a severe disadvantage. The lack of access to a
fair shot has only been exacerbated as the Recession has simultaneously
increased demand and limited resources.

Please join us for a brownbag lunch event with Jess Rosenbaum of the D.C.
Access to Justice Commission. Ms. Rosebaum will discuss the major justice
gap that exists in D.C., how the D.C. legal community is responding, and
new, innovative ways to meet the ever-increasing demands for help.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Jones Day
300 New Jersey Avenue
Room 2220
Washington, D.C.


The International Law Forum of the Women’s Bar Association of DC is looking forward to an exciting program lineup for next week! Please forward these details to law students and others who may be interested in attending.

Monday, February 9:

Join us for a panel discussion on How to Get a Job in International Law. We have close to 70 people registered! There is room for more, so don’t miss this popular event, which includes a drawing for a free copy of “Careers in International Law” published by ASIL. More details below and in the attached flyer – please register ASAP here.

Tuesday, February 10:  

Be sure to attend the Washington Foreign Law Society’s Diplomatic Reception Honoring the Republic of Korea. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to mingle with colleagues in the beautiful Diplomatic Reception Rooms at the Department of State. Business attire is requested. The registration deadline has been extended until *today* – please register ASAP here.

Thursday, February 12:

The fifth annual “Live from L” program by the ABA Section of International Law will be held at the George Washington University Law School, and is also available via webcast or teleconference. This year’s topic is “The Role of the Law in the Fight Against ISIL: Use of Force, Sanctions, and Foreign Terrorist Fighters.” Attendance in person or via webcast is free; attendance via teleconference is available for a fee. See the attached flyer for details and register here.