29th Annual Southern California Public
Interest/Public Sector Career Day
Saturday, February 8, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
UCLA School of Law
UCLA School of Law is pleased to host the 29th Annual
Southern California Public Interest/Public Sector Career Day. While held at UCLA School of Law, the Career
Day is cosponsored by the Southern California-area law schools, including
California Western, Chapman, La Verne, Loyola, Pepperdine, Southwestern, Thomas
Jefferson, UC Irvine, UCLA, University of San Diego, University of Southern
California, Western State and Whittier. The annual Career Day is designed to
expose law students to the practice of law in the public interest and to
encourage students to consider a public interest career path. More than 110 nonprofit organizations,
government agencies, and private firms are participating in Career Day
Public Interest Career Day is comprised of a number of different
§ Prescheduled, formal interviews for summer and/or postgraduate positions.
§ Informal "table-talk," with representatives of the
participating organizations, agencies and firms.
§ A series of informal lunchtime discussions, each focusing on a different
substantive area of public interest practice (e.g., children and youth,
environmental law, labor law), as well as a lunchtime discussion focusing on
postgraduate fellowships and the fellowship application process.
§ An afternoon panel discussion, "Criminal Law: Prosecution and Defense".
Attendance on Saturday, February 8th is open to all law
students from the cosponsoring law schools, as well as to students from law
schools outside Southern California. Please
note, however, that only law students from the cosponsoring schools are
eligible to participate in the prescheduled, formal interviews. There is no need to preregister and there is
no registration fee.
Agencies and Firms:
While registration for conducting interviews is now closed, registration
remains open through Wednesday, February 5, for participation in other aspects
of the Day. If you would like to participate or have any questions, please
Public Interest Programs
UCLA School of Law
For additional information about the Day, including details regarding the components of the Day, the entities participating in each component of the Day, and parking information and directions, please click here.