The LGBT Bar Association of DC’s Law Student Outreach Committee works with local law school LGBT organizations to develop educational programs and networking opportunities.
The LGBT Bar Association of the District of Columbia is proud to announce its 2014 Equality Fellowships, which will support law students working at DC-area LGBT legal non-profit organizations this summer. The Equality Fellowships hope to encourage law students taking their first steps toward careers tackling our nation’s most complex LGBT legal issues.
The Equality Fellowships will pay up to $1,000 to law students selected to be LGBT Bar Association of the District of Columbia Equality Fellows.
Mentor-Mentee Program applications are accepted year-round.
The LGBT Bar Association of DC sponsors an annual Job Talk targeted at law students, junior lawyers, and experienced legal professionals considering career changes. Topics include interviewing as an LGBT student and working in DC as an LGBT attorney. Job Talk panels feature a range of professionals and a variety of attorneys, including large firm partners, solo and small firm practitioners, policy lawyers from NGOs and nonprofits and lawyers working in the government, such as Department of Justice attorneys and military Judge Advocate Generals.