EFFECTIVELY PIVOTING IN THE FACE OF NEW REALITIES
Whether you are a private or public interest lawyer, in-house counsel, government employee, or law school student, COVID-19 has drastically altered our working relationships, ability to build and develop networks, and perhaps most importantly, it has reshaped how we think about our day-to-day work. Moreover, for many law school students, it has led to significant uncertainty: uncertainty about the bar exam, and uncertainty about future job prospects.
How can you survive—or even thrive—in a new virtual environment where pants are no longer required? How are law school students, and leading legal and policy practitioners effectively navigating this new reality? Join CAMBA for an engaging discussion with Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Executive Director, Karamah; Usman Ahmed, Head of Global Public Policy, PayPal; and Ibad Jafri, Rising 2L, Georgetown University Law School Center.
Moderator: Lukman Azeez, Wiley Rein LLP
When: Saturday, June 20, 2020 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm EST
If interested, please register here. Registration is free, but requested. We look forward to seeing you join for this discussion on the 20th!