Monday, December 17, 2012

Fenwick & West 1L Diversity Reception

Fenwick & West wants to meet YOU!

Date: February 7, 2013
Time: 4:30 pm – 6 pm

Location: Fenwick & West LLP
1191 2nd Ave. Floor 10
Seattle, WA 98101

We look forward to meeting first year law students
seeking an exciting career in the
technology and life sciences practices.

Corporate - Intellectual Property - Litigation - Tax

A representative from Fenwick’s San Francisco and
Mountain View offices will be joining us for the evening.

We hope you will join us for drinks, appetizers
and an interactive discussion about your career
and our practice!

If you plan to attend, please RSVP by January 25
to Tory Frol at

Pathways Program

The U.S. Department of State’s Pathways Internship Program has two internship opportunities open for U.S. Citizens, enrolled in high school, college, graduate school, and approved certificate programs, who want an opportunity to experience Civil Service work firsthand

Applications are being accepted through December 20, 2012 or until the first 250 applications have been received.

•    The Internship Experience Program (IEP) is a non-temporary internship designed to allow students to work for the length of the academic program in which they are enrolled. At the successful conclusion of the program, interns may be eligible for non-competitive conversion to a Federal career or career-conditional position in the competitive service. Interns may work full-time or part-time schedules.
•    The Internship Temporary Experience Program (ITEP) offers interns temporary appointments that allow for seasonal employment (during summers and holiday breaks from academic program) as well as year-round employment should their academic programs allow. These appointments are limited to a year or less with possibility for extensions in one-year increments. At the successful conclusion of the program, interns may be eligible for non-competitive conversion to a Federal career or career-conditional position in the competitive service.

For details about IEP, and to apply, visit
For details about ITEP, and to apply, visit

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, able to maintain required security clearances and student eligibility for the duration of the internship, and will be subject to random drug testing.

All potential applicants are strongly urged to read the entire Vacancy Announcement for all qualifications, and requirements.

If you have any questions regarding the Pathways program, please contact Anna Ross.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Navy JAG Internship

The deadline for the Navy JAG's volunteer summer intern program is February 1. Please see their site for details.

Lt. Tom Whiteside at the Regional Legal Service Office in Bremerton is a helpful resource. Questions about application materials and interviewing can also be directed to Erin Fullner.

Army JAG 1L Summer Internship

For more information about the US Army JAG's 1L summer internship, please visit their site. The application deadline is March 1. Whether you plan to pursue a JAG career or not, this internship is a phenomenal opportunity.

Questions about the program can be directed to Capt. Carrie Ward, Field Screening Officer for our region. And Erin Fullner is available to work with you on application materials and interview prep.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Air Force JAG Summer Internship

The Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corps Summer Internship application for 1Ls and 2Ls is now available on The 2L internship is paid at a GS-09 and the 1L internship is paid at a GS-07.
The announcement will be open until Thursday, December 27, 2012.

To apply, students will need to submit the following:
  1. Resume
  2. Completed on-line occupational questionnaire
  3. One-page personal statement introducing self and explaining motivation and objectives in applying
  4. Top five geographic preferences by base or state (listing of bases)
  5. Prefence for start date, Monday, May 21 or Monday, June 4
  6. Answers to KSAs and how they relate to past work experience, education, and training on a separate sheet (or sheets) of paper
  7. Undergraduate and law school transcripts (all readable copies are acceptable)
Questions about the program may be directed to Major Sean Elameto (206-612-5095) or
Mr. Michael Cloud (206-612-5096).

Please contact Erin Fullner with questions about JAG careers, and Anna Ross with questions about KSAs and federal job applications.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Resume Seminar

What makes a legal resume different from a business resume? What is the best way to highlight my skills? I don't have a legal background - what do I put on my resume?

These are not uncommon questions, and just a couple of the points that will be covered in this seminar. Learn how to properly craft your application materials to speak to your strengths.

Tuesday, December 18th, 10:00-11:00 a.m., Courtroom. RSVP in Symplicity.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

FREE Ethics CLE for Young Lawyers

The King County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division presents: Stay Classy, Young Lawyers - What Anchorman Ron Burgundy Can Teach You About Being a Better Lawyer.    

Speaker: Rachel Tallon Reynolds, Sedgwick LLP
Date/Time: November 15, 4:00-5:00 pm
Location: KCBA Office, 1200 5th Ave., Ste. 600, Conference Rm. 2
CLE Credits: 1.00 ethics credit (pending)
Cost: FREE!

RSVP to Cate Humpage.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

1L Diversity Program Meet & Greet

Attention 1Ls interested in applying to Diversity Programs!

The Annual Diversity Fellowship Meet & Greet with individual firms will be on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. in the Second Floor Gallery. The event format will feature "table talk" and an opportunity to mingle with attorneys and recruiting representatives from firms hosting a 1L summer diversity fellowship. Dress is business professional. RSVP in Symplicity.

Please see the Diversity Program page on the CPD website for more information about participating firms*.

*NOTE: The 2013 deadlines are not available yet, but they tend to be about the same time every year. We will make updates as employers publish the updated information, but please feel free to use last year's information as a guide.

Please remember that these deadlines come up quickly once the new semester begins, so be sure to make an appointment to have your materials reviewed early.

Friday, November 2, 2012

White House Fellows Program Information Session

The Nation’s Premier Program on Leadership and Public Service

Date: November 8, 2012
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Place: 61st Floor, Columbia Center, 701 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, WA
Featuring former White House Fellows and Seattle attorneys: The Honorable Margaret McKeown, Judge, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (1980-81)*; Jay Reich, Partner, Pacifica Law Group (1979-80)*; and Nelson Dong, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP (1978-79) [* by video].

The White House Fellows Program, founded in 1964 by President Lyndon Johnson at the
suggestion of his Health, Education and Welfare Secretary John W. Gardner, is America's most
prestigious program for leadership and public service, offering exceptional men and women firsthand experience working at the highest levels of the federal government. White House Fellows
typically spend a year working as full-time, paid special assistants to senior White House Staff,
the Vice President, Cabinet Secretaries and other top-ranking government officials. Fellows also
participate in a once-in-a-lifetime education program consisting of off-the-record, roundtable
discussions with renowned leaders from the private and public sectors, and take trips to study
leaders and policy in action both domestically and internationally. Fellowships are awarded on a
strictly non-partisan basis.

The program has fostered a legacy of leadership, with nearly 600 alumni who are respected
leaders in a variety of fields and professions. Alumni include former Secretary of State Colin
Powell, Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao, General Wesley Clark, Senator Sam Brownback, former
CNN President Tom Johnson, Levi Strauss & Co CEO Robert Haas, former NBC Chairman Jane
Pfeiffer, Wall St. Journal Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot, CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta, former
Senator Tim Wirth, former National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane, former President of the
MIT Corporation Dana Mead, Court of Appeals Judges Deanell Tacha and Margaret McKeown, and
author Doris Kearns Goodwin.

About the Fellows Application Process
Access to the online applications is available on Thursday, November 1, 2012. Applications
must be postmarked by 5:59 pm on Tuesday, January 15, 2013, for the 2012-13 Class. The
program commences in September of each year. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and employees
of the Federal government are not eligible unless they are career military personnel. There are
no age restrictions; however the program was created to give remarkable young Americans this
experience while they were early to mid-career. Applicants must have completed their
undergraduate studies and be working in their chosen professions at the time of consideration.
For more information about the program, to view an informational film, and to download an
application, please visit the program website at, or call the
program office at (202) 395-4522.

Resume Seminar

Come learn the nuts and bolts about drafting a legal resume.  The first half hour of the session will be a presentation on legal resume components and tips. The second half hour will be a workshop in which you will be updating your resume and can get guidance on specific questions you may have about how to best articulate your experience for legal employers.  CPD staff will be available to answer questions and brainstorm for an additional hour after the seminar.  Bring your lunch and current resume for editing!

Friday, November 9th, 12:30-1:00, C5. RSVP in Symplicity.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Beyond the Traditional Fair Update

Two new firms have been added to the schedule for the Beyond the Traditional Fair. Details can be found on Symplicity.

There is still space available for one-on-one meetings with the employers - you can sign up under the OCI tab.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Beyond the Traditional Fair

Bidding for the Beyond the Traditional Fair will open on Monday, October 15th. Sign-ups for one-on-one meetings with the employers will begin on Monday, the 22nd. Please review the document on Symplicity, in the Events section for full instructions and timeline.

Korean American Bar Association of Washington Scholarship

The Korean American Bar Association of Washington (“KABA”) offers a $4,000 scholarship to a law
student who has demonstrated a significant commitment to community service, particularly service to the
Korean/Korean American community. You need not be of Korean ethnicity to apply.

All applicants will be judged on the following criteria:
a. Community service and community involvement, particularly service to the Korean/Korean
American community;
b. Academic achievement, work experience, activities, and post-law school goals; and
c. Essay.
There is no minimum G.P.A. requirement.

KABA will select candidates to be interviewed.

The scholarship recipient(s) will be selected and notified by the KABA Scholarship Committee.
The award will be presented at the KABA Annual Banquet in February 2013.

Applications are DUE January 11, 2013
Finalists contacted for interviews No later than January 25, 2013
Interviews January 28 - February 1, 2013
Notifications No later than February

Please see Symplicity posting for application and instructions.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The How to Hang a Shingle CLE Will Be a Great Opportunity to Learn and Network

Don't forget to register for How to Hang a Shingle, and be prepared to not only learn, but network; bring your business cards!

If you haven't yet, fill out the SU Reprographics online business cards form to order some.

Immediately following the full day CLE program, there will be a happy hour reception at The Chieftain. CPD has reserved the back pool room, and will provide appetizers for the first hour.

RSVPs from current SU Law students and 2012 graduates should be directed to Erin Fullner.

See you this Friday!

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Beyond the Traditional Fair

What are you going to do with your JD?  Come explore the variety of career options a JD presents.  Meet with individuals who are applying their JD in fields such as human resources, contract management, policy analysis, investigations and regulations.  If you are considering a career outside the traditional practice of law, now or years down the road, then this fair is not to be missed.  The evening will start with a panel discussion on leveraging your JD into positions beyond private practice and move to scheduled meeting slots with JDs in roles such as :

•    Investigator with US Dept of Labor
•    Wealth Advisor with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
•    PMF Fellows
•    Equal Opportunity Specialist with US Dept of Housing
•    Contract Specialists, Human Resource Advisors, Recruiters with top NW companies such as Amazon, Boeing, etc

Tuesday October 30, 5-7pm, Campion Hall. RSVP in Symplicity. - Stay tuned for Attendee bios!

Contact Anna Dudek Ross with any questions – and no, no Halloween costumes required!

WSAJ Speed Networking Event

The Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ - formerly the WSTLA) Speed Networking Event is a great way to make contact with practicing attorneys. Space is limited!

November 15, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Second Floor Gallery. RSVP in Symplicity.

Summer in DC Info Session

Interested in spending the summer in Washington D.C.? Then be sure to attend our Summer in DC Info session. This talk will answer any questions you might have about the program, and give you a timeline of important dates.

October 9th, Noon, Room C6.

The Filipino Lawyers of Washington Scholarship

The Filipino Lawyers of Washington (“FLOW”) awards three $1,000.00 scholarships to law students
attending a law school in Washington State. The scholarships are intended to recognize law students who
have a demonstrated significant commitment to community service, particularly service to the
Filipino/Filipino-American community. You need not be of Filipino ethnicity to apply.

See Symplicity for details and application instructions. Deadline is October 5th.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Federal Attorney Networking Event

On Thursday, 10/4, 5-7pm the Federal Attorney Networking Group – Seattle, more commonly referred to as FANGS, will be having a networking event at Fado (801 First Avenue).  This is a great opportunity to talk with current federal agency attorneys about their work and career paths.  There is room for 7 students to attend.  Please RSVP directly with Anna Dudek Ross – first come first served.   There will be other opportunities like this in the future so stay tuned!

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

How to Hang a Shingle CLE, October 12 - REGISTER NOW!

Online registration for SU's third annual How to Hang a Shingle CLE is up: REGISTER TODAY (this program is free for current SU students and 2012 grads).

How to Hang a Shingle will provide excellent info on how to start your own firm, including great tips for low bono practice.

Agenda for Friday, October 12, 2012
  • 8:30 - 9:00: Registration
  • 9:00 - 9:10: Opening Remarks and Program Overview, Erin Fullner and Patricia Sully
  • 9:10 - 10:00: How is the Practice of Law Changing in Washington State? Peter Roberts, Washington State Bar's Law Office Management Assistance Program
  • 10:00 - 10:45: Opening & Operating: The Nuts & Bolts, Julie Fowler, Law Office of Julie K. Fowler
  • 10:45 - 10:55: Break
  • 10:55 - 11:45: Running a Virtual, Paperless Office, George Mix, Mix Sanders
  • 11:45 - 12:15: What is Low Bono? Jenny Anderson, Child and Family Law Center
  • 12:15 - 12:45: Lunch
  • 12:45 - 2:00: The Successful Solo Life presented by a panel of experienced solo practitioners led by Ululani Akiona, Akiona Law; Steve Crossland, Crossland Law Office; and Rebecca Wiess, Attorney at Law
  • 2:00 - 2:50: Handling Difficult People Through the Art of Interpersonal Communication, Lisa Voso, The Voso Impact and Hardwick & Pendergast 
  • 2:50 - 3:00: Break
  • 3:00 - 4:15: Staying Alive presented by a panel of newer solo practitioners led by Jenny Anderson; Forrest Carlson, Law Office of Forrest Carlson; David Hancock, Defender of the Accused; and Jay Stratton, Stratton & Tisocco
  • 4:30 - 5:30: Reception at The Chieftain (CPD will provide appetizers for the first hour, no host bar)
6.25 CLE credits pending

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Marine Corps Deadline Extended to Monday at Noon

The deadline to submit materials to Erin Fullner and schedule an interview for USMC Judge Advocate and internship positions has been extended to noon on Monday, the 24th.

Informational interviews can be scheduled as well. Contact Erin ASAP.

Friday, September 21, 2012

REMINDER: Schedule Your Marine Corps Judge Advocate Interview Today!

The USMC will be on campus to interview on Wednesday, September 26.

Please reach out to Erin Fullner TODAY to schedule an interview. You'll also need to email Erin your resume, writing sample, and unofficial transcript to forward to the Officer Selection Officer.

The OSO will meet with candidates for internships as well as for officer commission, and will also conduct informational interviews, schedule permitting. So please reach out to claim your spot ASAP.

Monday, September 17, 2012

U.S. Department of State Student Experience Program

Announcing the U.S. Department of State Student Experience Program (formerly known as the U.S. Department of State Internship Program).
This program offers U.S. citizen undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to participate in 10-week, unpaid internships that provide intensive educational and professional experience within the environment of America’s principle foreign affairs agency.
The unpaid internships are available at many of the over 265 U.S. embassies, consulates and missions to international organizations around the world, as well as at the Department of State in Washington, D.C. and other locations throughout the U.S. Participants gain first-hand, hands-on experience, and learn the realities of working in – and with – Foreign and Civil Service professionals who are at the forefront of America’s diplomatic efforts.
As a Student Experience intern, you may have the opportunity to:
  • Participate in meetings with senior level U.S. government or foreign government officials;
  • Draft, edit, or contribute to cables, reports, communications, talking points, or other materials used by policy makers in furthering U.S. foreign policy objectives;
  • Help organize and support events, including international and/or multi-lateral meetings and conferences on critical global issues;
  • Contribute to the management and administration of the Department of State and America’s foreign policy; and
  • Engage directly with U.S. or foreign audiences to promote U.S. foreign policy and improve understanding of U.S. culture and society.
So consider spending your summer 2013 with the U.S. Department of State, witnessing and participating in the formulation and implementation of U.S. foreign policy, working closely with the U.S. diplomats and civil servants who carry out America’s foreign policy initiatives. You’ll not only have an experience of a lifetime, you may even earn educational credit.*
* Applicants who are selected for a U.S. Department of State Student Experience can contact the selecting bureau, or the central Student Programs office, if they require further details about the program to support their request for academic credit.
Please visit for more information about the Student Experience Program, and to start the online application process via USAJobs. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is November 2, 2012.

Contact Anna Dudek Ross with questions!

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Save the Date: How to Hang a Shingle

If solo practice appeals to you, be sure to save the date for How to Hang a Shingle!

Friday, October 12, CPD and ATJI will sponsor an all day CLE designed to provide practical advice and information on starting a solo practice.

This program will also provide information for those dedicated to serving the public interest on "low bono" solo practice. “Low bono” is a term used to describe providing discounted rates to under-represented clients.

The event will be free for students and 2012 graduates, and low cost for 2010 and 2011 graduates.  

Stay tuned for a detailed schedule and info on how to register.

JAG Interviews

Representatives from the Army JAG and the U.S. Marine Corps will be on campus in the coming weeks to conduct interviews (official and informational) with interested students.

  • U.S. Marine Corps: Interviewing September 26th. Please email Resume, Transcript and Writing Sample to Erin Fullner, along with your top three preferred interview times (9:00-4:30, 30-minute increments) by Friday, September 21st.

  • U.S. Army JAG: Interviewing October 9th and 10th. Please email Resume, Cover Letter, Transcript and Writing Sample to Emily von Seele, along with your top three preferred interview times (9:00-4:30, 30-minute increments), by Wednesday, October 3rd.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Study Law in Alaska Info Session

Do you want to get one step closer to landing a job?  Have you ever wanted to spend the summer in Alaska?  Check out our Study Law in Alaska Program!! We will have an information session on Wednesday, September 19 at NOON in room 110.  For more information, please also see our website:   Please contact Stephanie Nichols at if you have any questions.  

Goldmark Internship

The program is named for Charles A. Goldmark, the Foundation’s second president at his untimely death in January 1986. Chuck was a firm believer in, and a forceful advocate for, equal access to the justice system. The internship was created as a tribute to Chuck and to encourage young lawyers to emulate his ardent commitment. The Goldmark Equal Justice Internship is made possible by a matching grant from the Goldmark Family Foundation.

“Chuck believed that it is the responsibility of each of us, in our own way, to try to improve some aspect of our society beyond ourselves. To leave our society just a little bit better than we found it when we arrived here. He believed that, as a lawyer, he could accomplish this. Chuck practiced what he believed.”
-Kevin Kelly, Foundation President 1997


BACKGROUND: VAS provides free civil legal services primarily in the area of family, consumer
and housing law. VAS also organizes weekly and monthly programs to benefit
low-income persons from diverse backgrounds in Chelan and Douglas counties.

POSITION: The intern will assist all aspects of VAS operations providing direct representation to Housing Justice Project clients as well as legal services to family and consumer law clients.

ELIGIBILITY: The internship is open to law students who have completed their second year prior to the summer of 2013 and to recent law school graduates. The successful candidate will be Rule 9 eligible, possess solid Spanish-language skills, will be a team player with the ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds, and possess exceptional writing and verbal communication skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The intern will participate in the weekly Housing Justice Project where attorneys assist low-income tenants facing eviction by providing limited representation in Chelan County Superior Court; help clients complete family law pleadings and, in some cases, provide unbundled legal services under the supervision of an attorney; manage caseloads on the statewide database, Legal Server; participate in a twice-weekly clinic schedule; and conduct outreach to potential volunteer attorneys and relevant local agencies. Legal research conducted at the Chelan County Law Library through WestLaw.

SUPERVISION: The intern will be supervised by the executive director. The Rule 9 supervising attorney will be a VAS board member. Additionally, the intern will be paired with one or more mentors who are active volunteer attorneys and members of the Chelan-Douglas County Bar Association.

DURATION: A ten-week internship scheduled at the convenience of both the VAS and the intern between May and August 2013.

SALARY: The intern will receive a stipend of $8,000 for the ten-week internship.

HOUSING & The intern is responsible for securing housing and paying all living

TRANSPORTATION: and transportation expenses for the duration of the internship. Staff may
assist coordinating housing, if needed. Link transit is available 7 days/week.

REPORTING: The intern will deliver a final written report to LFW by November 1, 2013 on the outcomes gained from the internship.

Please see Symplicity posting for application instructions.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt 2012 2L Patent Summer Associate Job Fair

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt is hosting a patent summer associate job fair open to 2L students attending law schools in the northwest looking for opportunities in either our Portland, Oregon or Seattle, Washington offices. The ideal candidates will have a computer science, computer engineering and/or electrical engineering background and be in the top 50% of their class. Interested candidates must submit materials as directed below by Sunday, September 2 for consideration. Candidates selected for interviews will be contacted the week of September 3.

Seattle Job Fair – Friday, September 14 from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
• Includes a networking breakfast

Portland Job Fair – Thursday, September 20 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
• Includes a networking lunch

Qualified and interested candidates must email, in PDF format, the following application materials to Dorianna Phillips, Attorney Recruiting and Development Manager, at
• Cover letter
• Resume
• Law school transcripts
• Undergraduate transcript and
• Writing sample

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Equal Justice Works Career Fair

Attention all 2Ls and 3Ls!

If you are committed to or exploring the possibility of a career in public interest or with the federal government, consider attending the upcoming
Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair the weekend of October 26-27 in Arlington, VA! More than 125 public interest employers from across the country will be participating.

CPD and ATJI will be offering stipends of $150 to support a limited number of students’ attendance at the Conference and Career Fair. In addition to the stipend, we will reimburse you for the $25 registration fee.

If you are interested in attending, please note the following important information and dates:
  • EJW Registration is currently open.  Registration closes for students applying for interviews on Thursday, September 13. If you only want to attend the conference and/or Table Talk, registration remains open until Thursday, October 11.
  • Participating employers can be viewed here. 
  • Applications summer and post-grad positions go live for employers on Thursday, September 13. Given the competitive nature of this process, we STRONGLY encourage you to work with Stacey Lara on your application materials.
  • Employers notify students by Thursday, October 4 whether they have been selected for an interview.
  • Applications for the SU stipend must be emailed to Stacey Lara by NOON on Monday, October 1. Please submit a one page statement of interest detailing your interest in attending the Fair. Please note if you have interviews at the Fair, and with whom - preference will be given to students that have interviews.
  • Students will be notified if they have been selected to receive the stipend on Tuesday, October 2.
  • Students accept or decline interviews - September 20 - October 11
  • Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair - October 26-27
More information about the Fair is available here. If you have additional questions, please contact Stacey Lara.

Mentoring Opportunities for LGBTQ Students

QLaw, the GLBT Bar Association of Washington, is currently accepting applications from Seattle University law students for the 2012-13 QLaw Mentorship Program.  The goal of the program is to connect students to LGBT legal practitioners as well as help prepare law students for a successful legal career. Visit the QLaw website for more information and to fill out an application:  

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

New Jersey Clerkships

The New Jersey Judiciary is hiring 480 clerks for the 2013-2014 term:

- 23 openings with the State Supreme court

- 51 with the State Court of Appeals

- 22 with assignment judges (trial court)

- 377 in Superior Court (trial court)

Applications should be sent in early September. Contact Erin Fullner for information on how to apply.

OCI Addition

Montoya Hinckley has been added to Session 3 and will be interviewing 3L students. The application deadline is Monday, August 20th.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

OCI Updates

  • Keesal, Young & Logan has been added to Session 3 and will be interviewing 2L students.
  • Lukins & Annis are doing a resume collection in Session 3, and will be accepting applications from 2L students.
  • Oles Morrison has changed their interview date from August 27th to August 29th. They are still part of Session 2, and the application deadline is still August 13th.
  • Christensen O'Connor will come to campus to interview during Session 2, rather than conduct a Session 1 resume collection. If you have already applied, you will need to RESUBMIT your materials under the Session 2 info. The resume collection has been deleted.
  • Miller Nash will also be interviewing 2Ls for their Seattle Office. All applicants should indicate office preference in their cover letter.