Jobs, Debt, and the Bar: Oh, Law School…

John Jay Lecture, Winter Career Fair, Nuts and Bolts of the NY Bar. Inside, we’re laying down the Law School events for the next week.

It’s time to give the Law School a little love because they’re chock-full of events next week you’re not going to want to miss!

Way before there were credit cards, there was indebtedness. Barnard College History Professor Herbert Sloan will tackle “The Problem That Would Not Go Away–John Jay and the British Debts” at the Law School’s upcoming John Jay Lecture on March 10 in WP. Check out the media advisory for more information on the lecture.

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Worried about finding a job after law school? Head to the 4th Annual Winter Career Fair at Pace Law School on March 8 and meet with public, private, and government employers from CT, NY, and NJ to learn about a variety of legal areas and career paths and discuss them with the local practitioners–and maybe even snag that coveted job before you graduate!

On March 9, find out the Nuts and Bolts of the NY Bar Exam, where bar examiner Bryan Williams will explain the components of the New York Bar Exam and what the bar examiners are looking for when they grade each exam. The event is open to all law students, but is particularly recommended for students taking the bar exam this summer.