Externship Info Session for Georgetown LL.M. Students on September 19

Students get credit for work at federal and int'l organizations in Washington DC

LL.M. students at Georgetown University Law Center interested in doing an externship in the Spring 2008 semester should attend the LL.M. Externship Information Session on Wednesday, September 19. These for-credit externships allow students the chance to supplement their classwork with  "real-world" experience at one of over twenty different federal and international organizations in the Washington DC area, including the US Federal Trade Commission, Inter-American Development Bank, International Monetary Fund, and the US Internal Revenue Service.

Externship applications are due in January 2008.

For more information, please visit the Georgetown Externship Program website.


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