A panel of second-year and third-year Duke law students will discuss their 1L summer experiences and provide candid advice about securing first-year summer employment experiences in business law. The panel will also include discussions on opportunities outside of law firms, including in-house counsel positions, government internships, and public interest work. Sponsored by the Duke Business Law Society. For more information, please contact Peter Isakoff at email@example.com.
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1L Summer Employment Lunchtime Panel
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