The New York State Bar Association?s Antitrust Section Presents: Why Antitrust?
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 08:30 AM EDT
-- 10:30 AM EDT
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, 125 Broad Street (between Water Street and South Street), in room 37 Q/R/S
An Opportunity for Law Students and Young Lawyers to Discuss with Practitioners Why They Chose To Practice Antitrust Law (and Why You Should Too!)
The New York State Bar Association's Antitrust Section presents its annual program for law students and young lawyers interested in antitrust law on Tuesday, June 25, 2013. This program offers a rare experience to hear perspectives on this dynamic and challenging area of the law from practitioners who graduated in the last ten years, including attorneys from law firms and antitrust enforcement agencies. Panelists will discuss what led them to antitrust law; provide details on the types of cases, transactions or other antitrust work they have handled; and offer insight into optimal positioning to capture a job in the field. A portion of the program will be allotted for questions and comments.
The program will take place from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. at the law offices of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP at 125 Broad Street (between Water Street and South Street), in room 37 Q/R/S.
Breakfast will be served beginning at 8:30 am. All law students and young attorneys interested in the possibility of pursuing antitrust law as a career are encouraged to attend this informative and worthwhile event. RSVPs are requested, preferably by email, to Wendy Chan, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212-558-3739.
Please include in your RSVP your law school affiliation and summer employment, if any.
The program and breakfast are complimentary.