In the second of three posts on what our current/recently-graduated classes are up to career-wise, Lois Casaleggi fills you in on the Class of 2008:
"For the summer after their second year of law school the vast majority of our students work in the private sector. This summer our second years in the private sector will be working in 18 states, the District of Columbia, and Japan.
"Every year we have a group of students dedicated to public service, who do fascinating work during their summer. This year we have students doing criminal work in U.S. Attorney’s Offices, Public Defender Offices, and at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, and a student providing direct legal services through the Legal Assistance Foundation. Several students will be working for the federal government, including at the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and at the Centers for Disease Control."
We'll finish up next time with the class of 2007 - our most recent grads!