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Panel on Saturday 2/25: "Public Lawyering: Which Paths Can I Take?" with Dinner

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The Dartmouth Law Journal is a student-run organization, and they will be hosting their main event of the winter term this weekend.  This is the information about that program, as submitted by the Dartmouth Law Journal.  A great opportunity to learn about different ways you can translate a law degree into a career.

Public Lawyering: Which Paths Can I Take?
over a Yama's Dinner
Saturday, February 25th from 6-7pm
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Come hear about six different career paths in public law over a Yama's Dinner.
There will be opportunities to ask questions and speak directly with the panelists afterwards!

Moderator: Sonu Bedi
Assistant Professor of Government, Dartmouth College 

1. Laurie Beyranevand
Topic: Vermont Legal Aid
Associate Professor of Law
 
2. Alex Banks
Topic: Domestic and Youth-related Issues
Staff Attorney and Assistant Professor of Law, South Royalton Legal Clinic

3. Robert B. Donin
Topic: Higher Education (student affairs, affirmative action, and intellectual property)
Dartmouth General Counsel

4. Susan Apel
Topic: Medical/Legal Issues and Family/Women's Issues
Professor of Law and Director of the General Practice Program

5. Tracy Bach
Topic: Environmental Law
Professor of Law

6. Greg Johnson
Topic: LGBT Issues and Civic Engagement
Director of Legal Writing
Professor of Law

Vermont Law School: Employment by Job Type, Class of 2010 (from their web site)
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