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Non-Practicing Roles for Lawyers At Law Schools

Non-Practicing Roles for Lawyers at Law Schools 
Monday, November 7, 2022 | 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
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Program Fee:
Free for members | $25 non-members

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Working in a higher education environment offers numerous benefits, and many opportunities exist for JDs at law schools beyond the professorial. Lawyers can use their legal skills and knowledge to work in academic and career advising, student services, faculty affairs, human resources, and institutional strategy to name just a few. This panel will provide an overview of the types of positions and career paths some attorneys have taken to find rewarding jobs in academic settings. Additionally, the panelists will provide tips and suggestions on how to approach a higher education job search.

Chaula ShuklaAssistant Director, 1L Professional Development Advising, Columbia Law School 

Matthew GewolbSr. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Institutional Strategy, Director, Law Office Externship Program, New York Law School 
Irina GomelskayaExecutive Director of Career Development and Employer Relations, Adjunct Professor, Law Office Externship Program, New York Law School
June Y. SuDirector, Faculty Affairs, New York University School of Law
Jenn KimAssociate Dean of Student Services & Advising, Diversity & Inclusion Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Sponsoring Committee:
Career Advancement & Management, Robye Margolius, Chair


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