Judicial, Government, and Public Interest Law reception a success
Nearly 50 courts and organizations were represented includin Duquesne School of Law and Pitt Law Clinics, as well as student reps to Equal Justice Works (a national organization.)
This event celebrates and recognizes judges and attorneys who work in government offices and non-profit organizations while providing Duquesne Law and Pitt Law students an opportunity to meet and talk with them. Students learned about various internship, pro bono, and post-graduate positions that may be available with the various courts, offices, and organizations present.
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