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(703.693.5735) or email (Suzanne.Council@HQDA.ARMY.MIL) a (1) cover letter referencing job announcement; (2) resume which covers relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities; (3) copy of law school/college transcripts; and (4) writing sample of at least 3 pages in length. Interested, submit application to above no later than April 23, 2004.

To obtain further details about these opportunities and learn about other employment opportunities, visit the OCS Jobs Database http://www.wcl.american.edu/ocs/search.cfm and the Spring Recruitment database via www.eAttorney.com.

********************************************************** PUBLIC INTEREST & GOVERNMENT CAREERS

TWO FELLOWSHIP SESSIONS! 2Ls – if you are evening thinking of applying for a fellowship – you must attend these sessions! 1Ls – if you are interested in apply for a post- graduate fellowship - get a leg up and learn about the ins and outs of applying.

1) SKADDEN FELLOWSHIP SESSION –

Wednesday, April 7 Noon- 1 p.m. – Room 627 If you are even thinking of applying for a Skadden Fellowship – YOU MUST ATTEND THIS SESSION.

Susan Plum – the Director of the Skadden Fellowship Foundation will be here at WCL to talk to students about the program. This is a competitive fellowship so come informed and make a good impression! Be sure to read in detail about the fellowship application process at http://www.skadden.com/SkaddenFellowshipIndex.ihtml. For example, don’t make the mistake of asking about projects that Skadden won’t fund and that anyone who read the website would have known were not fundable.

IMPORTANT! If you have project ideas you hope to discuss with Susan Plum – please visit Sheila Ketcham or Charlene Gomes in OCS in advance so we can assist you with your pitch to her. Also visit the faculty here who are past Skadden recipients: Leti Volpp, Muneer Ahmad and Sarah Paoletti. A great impression at this session can really help you with your fellowship application!

2) EQUAL JUSTICE FELLOWSHIPS & OTHER POST-GRAD FELLOWSHIPS Wednesday, April 14 Noon – 1 p.m., Room 504

Learn about the largest post-graduate legal fellowship program in the country from EJW staff. EJW funds more than 50 fellowships each year. It is a chance for you to design your dream job in public interest.

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