Preparing for a Career in Legal Academia
Thursday, October 29, 2015 | 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Program Fee: $5 Law Student Members | $10 Member | $25 Non Members
Sponsoring Committee(s): Minorities in the Profession Committee, Rakhi Bahadkar-Rajpaul, Chair
Co-sponsored by: Women in the Legal Profession Committee, Lori L. Pines, Chair; Diversity Pipeline Committee, Deesha M. Hill, Chair
Also co-sponsored by Practicing Attorneys for Law Students (PALS), Inc.
This program consists of a panel discussion and workshop with the purpose of introducing attendees to the legal academic job market. The panelists will discuss best practices for traditional and alternative paths to legal academia. The workshop will include a self-assessment during which the participants will evaluate their preparation and readiness for the market. Both lawyers and law students are encouraged to attend.
Moderator: Taja-Nia Y. Henderson, Visiting Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School
Farrin Anello, Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor, Seton Hall University School of Law
Julian Arato, Assistant Professor, Brooklyn Law School
Ji Li, Associate Professor, Rutgers School of Law
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