Conversations with Practitioners

Vivian Kim

Conversations with Practitioners is our ongoing series in which we ask current practitioners about their careers. 1. What do you currently do? I am an Assistant United States Attorney at the U.S. Attorney's Office in the District of Columbia. Our office is a little different from other U.S. Attorney's offices. Since there is no D.A.… Continue reading Vivian Kim

Conversations with Practitioners

Aylin Skroejer

Conversations with Practitioners is our ongoing series in which we ask current practitioners about their careers. 1. What do you currently do? I am an attorney at the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition, in the Mergers I division. 2. What does your job entail? The Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition enforces the nation’s antitrust… Continue reading Aylin Skroejer

Student Posts

Early Training

One thing on a lot of law students’ minds is the best way to get good training early on. As we learned in the Law and Public Service class, the law school curriculum has largely been shaped by the interests of private firms that want law students to walk through the door as blank slates,… Continue reading Early Training

Student Posts

Merging Theory with Practice

Options can be both a blessing and a curse. When it comes to selecting law school classes, it is no different. Having two electives during 1L spring semester was one of the greatest gifts of law school. Those classes gave me a chance to remember why I wanted to be a lawyer in the first… Continue reading Merging Theory with Practice