|Becoming an Assistant District Attorney|
Tuesday, September 18, 2012 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
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This panel discussion is geared toward providing minority attorneys and law students with information on becoming an Assistant District Attorney, working as an Assistant District Attorney, and life beyond the District Attorney’s office. Panelists will describe what they look for in applicants, the anatomy of a successful (or unsuccessful) application, the application and interview process, responsibilities and experiences as ADAs and for diverse attorneys, and their efforts to increase diversity among applicants in their offices. Panelists include members of the Executive Departments and Hiring Committees.
Moderator: DANIEL R. ALONSO, Chief Assistant District Attorney, Office of the District Attorney, New York County
Speakers: TIMOTHY KOLLER, Executive Assistant District Attorney, Office of the District Attorney, Richmond County; DEREK LYNTON, Deputy Bureau Chief, Trial Division Office, District Attorney, Bronx County; JEANNETTE L. MOLINA, Administrative Assistant District Attorney and Director of Legal Hiring, Office of the District Attorney, New York County; LANCE P. OGISTE, Counsel to the District Attorney, Office of the District Attorney, Kings County; JESSE J. SLIGH, Executive Assistant District Attorney, Office of the District Attorney, Queens County
Sponsored by: Committee on Minorities in the Courts, Nadine Fontaine, Chair; Committee on Law Student Perspectives
Co-sponsored by: Metropolitan Black Bar Association
Event Location: 42 West 44th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Ave.)