Would you like to connect with public interest employers from all across the country and meet fellow, public interest-minded students, graduates and practitioners in the field? Then the Equal Justice Works annual Conference and Career Fair is the event for you. With more than 115 public interest employers, 1,200 public interest law students and workshops to help you start down the path to your public interest career, you won’t want to miss it.
|April 23 – September 5||Employer registration and job posting|
|August 13 – September 12||Student and recent graduate registration and application|
|September 13 – October 11||Student and recent graduate registration (for those not applying or seeking an interview)|
|September 19 – October 3||Employer application review and interview selection|
|September 19 – October 8||Student and recent graduate accept/decline interview invitations|
|October 4||Last day to reserve a hotel room  at our discounted rate|
|October 11||Last day for student and recent graduate refund requests|
|October 25 – 26||Equal Justice Works 2013 Conference and Career Fair|
Registration fee: $25 per student/recent graduate
Those attending the Equal Justice Works 2013 Conference and Career, sponsored by Georgetown University Law Center and Stanford Law School, must register online even if you are just attending for a conference session or Table Talk.
If you decide not to attend, you have until 5 p.m. EST October 11 to cancel your registration and receive a full refund. Cancellations after 5 p.m. EST October 11 will not be refunded.
A list of employers registered so far for the 2013 Conference and Career Fair can be found here.
To view available positions before you register, log in using username EJWguest and password guest. Click Job Search under Jobs & Internships in the top menu bar to view a list of active positions. Note: Employers may register and post jobs until September 5, so keep checking back as positions are added.
Note: Due to NALP guidelines, 1L students are not eligible to interview with employers during the Equal Justice Works Career Fair. However, 1L students may informally talk to employers during “Table Talk” on Friday and Saturday.