Join Columbia University Pre-law Society for a Q&A session with Professor Jeremiah Pam to learn more about international law and the variety of careers available for those interested in pursuing this track in law school. His impressive bio includes a great range of work from Governance Policy Chief for the State Department at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan to International Finance Lawyer at Cleary Gottlieb in New York. We look forward to hearing his advice and stories!
Brought to you by the Center for Career Education and Columbia Pre-Law Society:
LinkedIn is a powerful tool when you're job hunting. With 95% of companies using LinkedIn to identify intern and full time candidates, it is essential that you know how to successfully navigate this social media platform. Come to this workshop and learn how to use LinkedIn to identify job and internship postings. We will also share useful tips on how to connect with recruiters, hiring managers, Columbia alumni and industry professionals through LinkedIn.
Join us after the workshop to have a professional-style profile picture taken, courtesy of the Columbia Pre-Law Society.
Available photo shoot times: February 11, 1 PM - 2 PM (CCE Conference Room) February 11, 7 PM - 8 PM (Lerner 401)
Join the Pre-Law Society for a night of friendly competition and LSAT strategies! Blueprint LSAT instructor Jason Ethridge will host as teams work through different LSAT questions. The winning team will receive some great prizes (such as Insomnia Cookies!) and all will learn some skills to attack LSAT questions. This is a great event for students with a lot of experience to get practice, and for those with no experience to become familiar with what the LSAT tests. All students are welcome, and free food and LSAT prep discounts will be provided!
How it'll work: In teams of three, you will be led through a series of questions taken from several real past LSAT exams in the Logical Reasoning and Logic Games sections. Work with your teammates to get through the questions as quickly as you can, but with the right answer! Open for beginners and advanced students -- come as you are and prepare to have some helpful fun! (**You don't have to come in a team -- we can match you up once you arrive.)