Department of Justice Honors Program Information Session - Friday, August 30th - Noon - 1:30 pm at Nassau County Bar Association
The highly competitive US Department of Justice Honors Program is the only way that the Department hires entry-level attorneys. Jamila Frone, Deputy Director, Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management for the DOJ will speak about the benefits of working for the DOJ, and will provide information on summer internship and post-graduate opportunities, and how to successfully apply for both the Honors Program and the 2014 Summer Law Internship Program (SLIP).
Ms. Frone has worked as a federal government attorney for almost 15 years. She joined the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management (OARM) at the Department of Justice (DOJ) as Deputy Director in 2010. As Deputy Director, she provides general oversight of the Department's legal recruitment programs and hiring retention initiatives. She works with Department leadership and organizations to enhance the Department's overall outreach and recruitment efforts, with the goal of a more diverse workforce.
Prior to serving as the Deputy Director of OARM, Jamila worked at DOJ as an Assistant General Counsel for the Executive Office for United States Attorneys, General Counsel's Office, where she provided legal advice and counsel to management in the 94 United States Attorney's Offices on sensitive issues such as discrimination, hiring, professional responsibility, and ethics. She represented DOJ in administrative litigation before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Merit Systems Protection Board. Any questions please contact Tom Maligno at email@example.com.
Date Friday Aug. 30 Noon-1:30PM Nassau County Bar Association -15th & West Streets Mineola NY.