RSVP to Attend Breakfast Connections – This Coming Saturday

RSVP in Symplicity EVENTS.

via Make Plans to Attend Breakfast Connections! — Washington and Lee Law Office of Career Strategy

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Make Plans to Attend Breakfast Connections!

RSVP in Symplicity EVENTS.

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eDiscovery Series w/John Tredennick

Learn more about Mr. Tredennick here.

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FREE Webinar – DOJ Opportunities 4/7/16


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April 4, 2016 · 1:15 pm

EJW AmeriCorps – Apply by April 15!

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March 30, 2016 · 2:11 pm

Embracing Diversity Symposium

RSVP here.

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Confirmed participants include: 
Calvin Awkward  ’06, ‘09L, Attorney, Budow and Noble, P.C. 
Amber Cooper ’12, Account Executive, Digital Insight & Analytics, Edelman
Randl Dent ’15, Ph.D. Health Psychology Candidate, Virginia Commonwealth University
Andrew Elliott ’07, Manager, Deloitte Consulting
Roddy Flynn ‘12L, Executive Director, Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus
Leah Gose ’15, Business Development Associate, Linden Resources
Daphine Mugayo ’15, Research Technician, Children’s National Medical Center
Anton Reed ’14, Teaching Fellow, BASIS DC
Schereeya Reed’14, Sales Development Representative, memoryBlue
Karelle Samuda ’04, Ph.D. Public Policy Candidate, George Mason University
Ed Smith ‘17P, Prof. of Comparative Genomics, Dep’t of Animal and Poultry Sciences, VA Tech
Emily Suminski ’14, Candidate for MPH at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Alvin Thomas ’14, Candidate for Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) at Johns Hopkins University
Sarah-Jean Vallon ’14, Content Creator and Social Media Specialist, The DO School



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Interested in Air Force JAG for the Summer?




The Air Force Judge Advocate General‘s Corps is seeking applications for our PAID 2016 summer internship program. As an intern, you will gain hands-on experience in diverse areas of legal practice while learning more about the Air Force JAG Corps. Positions are available for full-time work for 10-12 weeks during the summer of 2016.

Description of Duties

As an intern, you will work under attorney supervision in numerous practice areas of the JAG Corps including, but not limited to:

 Preparing criminal and civil cases by conducting legal research, writing briefs and opinions, conducting investigations and interviewing witnesses

 Assisting attorneys who counsel and represent Airmen, their family members and retirees in personal legal matters in areas such as family law, estate planning, landlord-tenant law, tax, bankruptcy, immigration and naturalization law.

 Supporting attorneys in other areas, such as federal tort claims, government procurement law, employment law, international law, and environmental law


U.S. Citizen (birth or naturalization)

 Enrollment in an ABA Approved Law School

 Available to work 10-12 weeks in the summer

 Be able to obtain a Common Access Card through a security clearance

How to Apply

Apply online at

 Locate the position using “Air Force Law Clerk”

 2Ls apply to position #617976. 2L receive GS-9, Step 1 compensation rates

 1Ls apply to position #617978. 1L receive GS-7, Step 1 compensation rates

 Required Documents

o Resume (limited to 1 page)

o Occupational Questionnaire completed in

o Unofficial Transcripts (undergraduate & law school)

o Geographic Preferences Memorandum (see base locations at

 *Internship placements are governed by the needs of the Air Force and the geographic preferences of the applicant. 2016 externship applicants must reapply to be considered for a paid position.

NOTE: All positions are subject to the availability of funds. We will not accept mailed, emailed or faxed applications.


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