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Washington Bar Association’s 9th Annual Career Fair
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Washington Bar Association’s 9th Annual Career Fair. Members will conduct mock interviews with students, review resumes and provide other professional development advice. The Honorable Karen Howze, Magistrate Judge on the DC Superior Court, will be the keynote speaker.

2/25/2012
When: 2/25/2012
9:00 AM
Where: University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law
4200 Connecticut Avenue NW
Bldg. 52
Washington, District of Columbia  20008
United States
Contact: Dena Bauman
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The Washington Bar Association presents its 9th Annual Career Fair.  Members will conduct mock interviews with students, review resumes and provide other professional development advice. Meet with judges and law firms from the Washington, DC area. Learn about "The Ideal Law Clerk" and the WBA Judicial Council's Judicial Internship Program from The Honorable Karen Howze, Magistrate Judge on the DC Superior Court.

Employers (for internships and other positions) include:
U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division-Consumer Protection Branch and Torts, U.S. Department of Homeland Security- Office of Civil Rights and Liberties, D.C. Office of the Attorney General, The Honorable Maurice Foley, US Tax Court, The Honorable Karen Howze, Magistrate Judge, D.C. Superior Court, The Honorable Judge Errol Arthur, Magistrate Judge, D.C. Superior Court, The Honorable Judge Alex Manuel, Administrative Law Judge, Housing and Urban Development,  Green & Foushee, Law Offices of Bruce A. Johnson, Jr., LLC, The DGO Law Group, PLLC, Webster, Fredrickson, Correia & Puth, PLLC.

This is a business-dress event. Please come prepared with your resume and prepared to hone your interviewing skills!

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