Information for Law Students and Graduates
Would you like to connect with public interest employers from all across the country and meet fellow, public interest-minded students, graduates and practitioners in the field? Then the Equal Justice Works annual Conference and Career Fair is the event for you.
With more than 130 public interest employers, 1,200 public interest law students and workshops to help you start down the path to your public interest career, you won’t want to miss it.
|May 1 - September 4|
Employer registration and job posting
|August 12 - September 16|
Student and recent graduate registration and application
|September 17 - October 10||Student and recent graduate registration (for those not applying for a pre-scheduled interview; may attend table talk and conference workshops)|
|September 19 - October 2|
Employer application review and interviewee selection
Last day to reserve a hotel room at our discounted rate
|October 8||Last day for students and recent graduates to accept or decline interview invitations|
|October 10||Last day for students and recent graduates to cancel registration and request a full refund|
|October 24 - 25||Equal Justice Works 2014 Conference and Career Fair|
2014 CONFERENCE AND CAREER FAIR
We hope you will join us for the 2014 Conference and Career Fair!
Friday, October 24 and Saturday, October 25
Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
5701 Marinelli Road
Bethesda, MD 20852
(White Flint metro on Red lines)
At the Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair, there are opportunities for both pre-scheduled interviews and networking with employers through table talk.
You can also have your résumé reviewed by trained professionals, take part in inspiring conference workshop sessions focused on issues you care about, and network with like-minded students, graduates, law school professionals, and practitioners.
Preregistration is closed. Students and recent graduates who have not preregistered can register on site when they arrive at the event. Registration fee of $25 still applies.
Note: Due to NALP guidelines, 1L students are not eligible to interview with employers during the Equal Justice Works Career Fair. However, 1L students may informally talk to employers during "Table Talk" on Friday and Saturday.
Review our webinar, Law Student to Leader Step One: Job Search and Application Tips to Land the Interview, for application tips from legal career services professionals.
Review the slides from our webinar, Law Student to Leader Step Two - Get the Most Out of CCF to Land the Job, featuring tips on interviewing and networking from employers interviewing at the Career Fair.
To view and print your interview schedule, follow the steps on page six of our guide.
Even if you do not get the interview you were hoping for, there will be several opportunities to speak to employers outside of the formal interview times. Both Friday and Saturday will feature Table Talk, an open period of time where employers will be available to speak to students on a first-come, first-served basis.
You are encouraged to identify the employers you would like to speak to before Table Talk begins. Keep in mind that many employers may have long lines of students waiting to speak to them. Plan ahead and strategize to maximize your time with all employers.
Do not use this time to conduct an extensive interview. You should have a quick, 30 second introduction and “selling point” about yourself. Most employers want to meet as many students as possible during this time, so be courteous to your fellow students and keep your face time as short as possible.
If you have questions about the career fair, please contact email@example.com.
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