Students were invited to learn more about one of the fastest-growing areas of legal practice at the Immigration and Human Rights Career Fair, hosted by The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law on Feb. 21st.
Held the law school’s atrium, the information session was sponsored by the Immigration and Refugee Interest Society, the Student Bar Association, the JQA Society and the Office of Career and Professional Development.
Students benefited from the opportunity to ask questions and learn first-hand from attorneys who practice in the field of immigration and human rights law. Some students appeared primarily interested in externship or summer employment opportunities. Others wanted to know more about immigration law as a permanent career path.
Information tables were hosted by the Tahirih Justice Center, the Executive Office of Immigration Review, the DC Office of Human Rights, and Maggio & Katter, PC, among others.