Lawyer to Lawyer: Neighborhood Legal Services Association (NLSA)
The attorneys of the civil legal aid organization, Neighborhood Legal Aid Services Association (NLSA), invite students to discuss working in public interest, specifically in legal aid on Friday, September 22nd from 12:00-1:30 p.m. Attorneys, including alumni of Pitt Law, will provide tips and guidance about pursuing a career in public interest and discuss the opportunities available to work for NLSA.
RSVP Required. Students must RSVP using PittLawWorks!
This event is open to all students, and we encourage you to take advantage of this unique networking opportunity.
This Lawyer to Lawyer is part of a continuing series developed by the Office of Professional and Career Development whereby students are invited to visit various workplaces to see the law in practice. Lunch will be provided, formal business dress is required and we will travel together to this event from the Law School.
Space is limited to the first 15 students who RSVP!
You will be contacted by the Office of Professional and Career Development with final details regarding the event when all RSVPs have been received.
Please note that your RSVP conveys that you are making a commitment to attend this event.
Due to the popularity of the "Lawyer to Lawyer" series, the Office of Professional and Career Development will be holding more of these events this year, so if you are not able to secure a spot for this program, know that there will be more scheduled with different hosts.