|Roles for Lawyers at Law Schools and Universities|
Thursday, June 16, 2011 6:30 PM
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Working in an academic environment offers numerous benefits, and many roles for lawyers exist at law schools and universities beyond professorial ones. Lawyers can use their legal skills and knowledge through work in university admissions, career development, student affairs, adjunct teaching, and in many other ways. This panel will provide an overview of the types of positions and career paths that some attorneys have taken to find rewarding jobs in academic settings.
Former Associate Director, Career Planning Center, Fordham University School of Law
Reference Librarian, Fordham University School of Law
LISA M. LANCIA
Director of International Strategic Initiatives and the Pace London Law Program, Pace Law School
JOSEPH Du PONT
Dean of Career Services, Hiatt Career Center at Brandeis University
Assistant Vice President of Development, New York Law School
CHRISTINA KUAN TSU
Associate Dean of Studies, Barnard College
Committee on Career Advancement and Management, Carroll Welch, Chair