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The Government Lawyer: NY Law Department

Start/End Tuesday, November 09, 2010 12:10 PM EST -- 01:10 PM EST
Location Name JG 546

What does a lawyer for NYC do? Are you interested in working for the New York City Law Department and representing city agencies like the Departments of Education, Corrections, Transportation, and Parks? With 17 divisions including Tort, Family Court, Commercial Litigation, Environmental, Administrative and Appeals, the NYC Law Department (also known as Corporation Counsel) has numerous summer, pro bono, and permanent opportunities for law students and graduates.

SJI invites students to hear from Stuart Smith, experienced NYC Corporation Counsel and Director of Recruitment for the NYC Law Department. Bring you lunch and your questions.