Help today’s clients and inspire tomorrow’s justice seekers
For thirty-one years, the Northwest Public Service Fairs have introduced public service-minded law students to employers working to advance concepts of justice, fairness, and the well-being of the general public. Hosted at Seattle University School of Law and Lewis & Clark Law School, traditionally more than 50 non-profit employers and government offices engage with more than 500 students from the Northwest Consortium’s ten participating law schools.
For the first time ever, join us for a Virtual Career Fair to connect with tomorrow’s attorneys who are passionate about making a difference!
FEBRUARY 5 and 6, 2021
Who can Participate?
Employers: All non-profit and government employers who wish to recruit students or alumni for legal or law-related positions are welcome to participate for free. If your organization would like to demonstrate a commitment to helping law students engage in work that improves the communities around them, we encourage you to consider becoming a sponsor. This year’s fair will be held via Zoom and registered employers will later be instructed on how to set up their own Zoom sessions for the fair.
Students: Only students and alumni of a Northwest Consortium Law School may participate in scheduled interviews and resume collects.
Students, follow the links below to track which employers are registered for each fair. These lists will be updated routinely so check them often!
Registration Questions? For questions regarding either fair, please contact Matt Etter at Seattle University School of Law (firstname.lastname@example.org)