Columbia's Law and Business Schools Host Treasury Officials, Encourage Careers in Public Service
New York, January 22, 2014—Building upon extensive programs designed to encourage graduates to consider careers in government, Columbia Law School and Columbia Business School hosted officials from the U.S. Department of the Treasury at the Columbia Club on Jan. 15 for an evening discussion with law and finance alumni interested in public service. Treasury’s Mary John Miller, Under Secretary for Domestic Finance, delivered a keynote address highlighting opportunities in government.
|Dean David M. Schizer and the Treasury Department's Under Secretary for Domestic Finance Mary John Miller|
|Columbia Law School Professor Robert J. Jackson Jr. and members of the panel discussion.|
|Audience members take in advice and information from the panelists at the Treasury Department event.|