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Diversity Committee Informational Event to the Hispanic Bar Association of DC

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Eastern
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Virtual, ML
United States

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Meeting ID: 992 271 438 53
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For any questions or requests, please feel free to reach out to Kristina Srica or Emily Dai.

Event Details

The Antitrust Division’s Diversity Committee will be hosting a virtual conversation for law students who are interested in pursuing a career with the Department of Justice as part of the Summer Law Intern Program (SLIP) and/or the Honors Program. This panel will feature former SLIP interns and attorneys hired through the Honors program, as well a panelist experienced in hiring for the Honors program. We will discuss professional fulfillment in a dynamic workplace where employee diversity is celebrated and supported in addition to answering any questions attendees may have. We hope the participants leave the conversation with a sense of affirmation, a clearer understanding of the Antitrust Division’s mission, and practical tips for navigating the application process for these opportunities.

Department of Justice, Antitrust Division Position Experiences

SLIP Program: The Department’s competitive recruitment program for compensated summer internships. Law students who participate in the SLIP benefit from an exceptional legal experience and invaluable exposure to the Department of Justice’s work. Interns represent diverse backgrounds and interests and come from a wide range of law schools throughout the country. More information is available here: Legal Careers | Summer Law Intern Program (justice.gov)

Honors Program: The nation's premier entry-level federal attorney recruitment program. The Department of Justice seeks high caliber attorneys to advance its mission and welcomes applications from candidates whose backgrounds reflect the Nation's rich diversity. More information is available here: Legal Careers | Entry-Level Attorneys (justice.gov)


Updated June 14, 2024