OKC Law Works Career Fair Registration
Saturday, February 9, 2019
1:00 to 4:00 pm ~ McLaughlin Hall
Oklahoma City University School of Law
800 N. Harvey
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

The purpose of this event is to educate students about the role lawyers play in meeting critical public service and pro bono legal needs within their communities, whether they work for a public service organization or a Fortune 500 company. Accordingly, the OKC Law Works Career Fair will expose students to our public interest and pro bono partners as well as the for-profit community in which our public interest and pro bono organizations operate.

Representatives from numerous private, pro bono, and public sector organizations will be on hand to offer opportunities and advice on how students can put their skills to work on the path to a lifetime career. Further, the OKC Law Works Career Fair will feature the Law School’s clinical and experiential programs that provide students with the vital practice experience that will allow them to fulfill their roles as servant leaders.

In addition to internship and experiential opportunities, the OKC Law Works Career Fair is the premier source of hands-on opportunities that qualify for the Dean’s Summer Pro Bono and Public Interest Law Fellowship Program.

The OKC Law Works Career Fair is free and open to students, alumni, and the public.

Questions may be directed to cnorth@okcu.edu or (405) 208-5836

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