Whether you're interested in staying in North Carolina long-term or simply think it would be more convenient for the summer, come hear from students who spent their 1L summer working in the state. From government to law firms to research assistantships, find out what where students have worked and how they got there. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by the Duke NCBA and CPDC. For more information, please contact Catherine Lawson at email@example.com.
1L Summer: Working in North Carolina
- Rose '68 to receive honorary degree at 2015 Duke University commencement Duke Today
- Hoffman '92 named Rutgers University's senior vice president and general counsel Rutgers Today
- Azar ’99 argues Ninth Circuit appeal on behalf of Citi borrowers seeking class certification over bank’s failure to modify mortgages Law360