public interest

APPLICATIONS DUE TOMORROW – Apply to the ASU Public Interest Fellowship Program (Feb. 25)

The ASU Summer Public Interest Fellowship Program (SPIFP) provides funding for first- and second-year law students at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law who choose to pursue positions in public interest during the summer.  Application Process Before applying, please read the program handbook to ensure you meet the program eligibility…

Public Interest Law Careers Panel

February 23, 2022 @ 12:15 pm 1:15 pm

The Executive Council of the State Bar’s Public Lawyers Section, in conjunction with the ABA Government & Public Sector Lawyers Division, is hosting a lunch panel for law students who are interested in careers in public law. Come and meet a few representatives of the state, local, and federal public law offices! They’ll describe their career paths and what they do as public lawyers. 

Lunch provided.

 

Panel Moderator:

Geoffrey Balon

Mesa Police Department

 

Panel includes:

Commissioner Wendy Morton

The Judicial Branch of Arizona In Maricopa County

 

Elizabeth Ortiz

Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys’ Advisory Council

 

Scott Holcomb

Dickinson Wright

 

Pamela Peiser

Arizona Attorney General’s Office

 

Kristi Whitaker

Federal Public Defender’s Office

 

Register on Atlas

 

Practice Area Career Exploration (PACE)

Students are invited to attend these sessions in which employers and members of the legal community visit campus to present and discuss the career opportunities within their field or practice area.

Deadline approaching – Apply to the ASU Public Interest Fellowship Program (Feb. 25)

The ASU Summer Public Interest Fellowship Program (SPIFP) provides funding for first- and second-year law students at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law who choose to pursue positions in public interest during the summer.  Application Process Before applying, please read the program handbook to ensure you meet the program eligibility…

Deadline approaching – Apply to the ASU Public Interest Fellowship Program (Feb. 25)

The ASU Summer Public Interest Fellowship Program (SPIFP) provides funding for first- and second-year law students at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law who choose to pursue positions in public interest during the summer.  Application Process Before applying, please read the program handbook to ensure you meet the program eligibility…

Career Services – Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs (Feb. 14 Deadline)

Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs: Rural Summer Legal Corps and Disaster Resilience Program The Equal Justice Works law student programs provide you with opportunities to gain hands-on legal experience, expand your connections in the legal field, and support a community or cause you are passionate about. Students who successfully…

Career Services – Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs (Feb. 14 Deadline)

Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs: Rural Summer Legal Corps and Disaster Resilience Program The Equal Justice Works law student programs provide you with opportunities to gain hands-on legal experience, expand your connections in the legal field, and support a community or cause you are passionate about. Students who successfully…

Career Services – Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs (Feb. 14 Deadline)

Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs: Rural Summer Legal Corps and Disaster Resilience Program The Equal Justice Works law student programs provide you with opportunities to gain hands-on legal experience, expand your connections in the legal field, and support a community or cause you are passionate about. Students…

Career Services – Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs (Feb. 14 Deadline)

Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs: Rural Summer Legal Corps and Disaster Resilience Program The Equal Justice Works law student programs provide you with opportunities to gain hands-on legal experience, expand your connections in the legal field, and support a community or cause you are passionate about. Students…

Career Services – Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs (Feb. 14 Deadline)

Apply to Equal Justice Works Law Student Programs: Rural Summer Legal Corps and Disaster Resilience Program The Equal Justice Works law student programs provide you with opportunities to gain hands-on legal experience, expand your connections in the legal field, and support a community or cause you are passionate about. Students…

2021 Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair

October 21 @ 8:00 am October 23 @ 5:00 pm

This year’s Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair will take place virtually from October 21-23 via the virtual event platform, Pathable. 

Join us as we bring together more than 1,500 students, 200 employers, and 160 law school faculty, staff, and practitioners in the public interest law field at the Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair!

Registration

Student registration for the 2021 Conference and Career Fair will open on Wednesday, August 11. The base registration fee for all three days of the event will be $25.00 (this is a non-refundable fee). Attendees will be required to register for the event before applying for available job opportunities. The event will be hosted on our virtual event platform, Pathable.