Have you thought about working as in-house counsel after law school? How much do you know about the life and work of an in-house attorney? Hewlett-Packard is in town to interview Duke and UNC 3Ls for entry level positions in Palo Alto, California, and Plano, Texas. Representatives of the company are also eager to get to know members of the 2L class informally and let you know about unique career opportunities through HP's new First Year Attorney Program. You are invited to attend a reception on Wednesday, September 14, at the Carolina Club at UNC Chapel Hill, where you can mingle with members of HP's Legal and Government Affairs Department. A brief presentation will be conducted on the First Year Attorney Program.
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