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An Exercise in Strategy… and the New Year by Georgia Emery-Gray
LGBT Representation Among Lawyers in 2019 by Danielle A. Taylor
Making the Case to Attend AEC 2020 by Courtney Carter
Creating an Inclusive Environment for Indigenous Students by Laura Pringle
Recruiting Beyond the Interview: Closing the Deal by Sheryl Roberts
Ready, Set, Go! Preparing International LL.M. Students to Succeed at Interview Programs by Caroline Springer and Rebecca Moor
Post Graduate Judicial Clerkships: How to Support Your Alumni Clerkship Applicants by AJ Finch
5 Reasons to Offer a Career Assessment Tool to Law Students by Elyse Diamond
Government Shutdowns – Do Job Seekers Care? by Elisha Garvey
Peer Coaching in Law Firms by Chelsey Parrott-Sheffer
Perspectives from the Trenches: The Intersection of the CSO and Legal Master’s Programs by Jaclyn Howell-Powers
Newcomer’s Corner: Law School Programming for International LLM PD by Megan Avellana
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