Department of Justice Honors Program Presentation

August 19, 2009Duke Law News

Spend the lunch hour with a representative of the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Attorney Recruitment & Management, and learn about the vast array of practice areas offered by the DOJ's several divisions. Also glean unique insights into the application processes for law students seeking to enter any number of Federal Government Divisions through their respective Honors Programs. This event will be recorded and available on the website for students unable to attend. For more information, contact Maggie Pishko at
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