"Where Should I Live/Practice Law? Advice From Alumni Living All Over the United States (& the World!)"
On Friday, October 14, at 1:00 in the Courtroom, the Law School will host the third Pitt Law Academy program for this Academic Year. The program is on the topic: "Where Should I Live/Practice Law? Advice From Alumni Living All Over the United States (& the World!)." The seven panelists in this program are an extraordinarily interesting and talented group of lawyers - and one law professor. They are all Pitt Law grads, and they are coming into town for alumni events during Homecoming weekend. They are:
* David Aikenhead, Aikenhead Cipes & Supanich - Los Angeles
* Karen Lines, Associate General Counsel, Genentech - San Francisco
* Joe McDonagh, Special Assistant FBI Directorate of Intelligence - Washington, DC
* Mark Nadeau, DLA Piper - Phoenix
* Timothy Pecsenye, Blank Rome LLP - Philadelphia
* Eric Snyder, Bailey & Glasser - Charleston, WV
* Scott Wishart, Assistant Dean, International Programme, University of Navarra Faculty of Law - Pamplona, Spain
This program is designed to assist our current law students in thinking about life after law school, but - this time - not just in deciding what you might do when you graduate . . . but where you can and should do it! Where should you live your life? What could be more important than figuring that out?
2ls and 3Ls: This is a particularly good program for you to pop in on, too especially if you are considering leaving this region to work (And some of you have asked about jobs with the FBI. Joe McDonagh is going to bring brochures.) You are, of course, more than welcome to come and listen, and to come to the Reception, too, and troll for information . . . or jobs . . . or just cookies.