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Programming Fall 2013

Road Less Traveled III, Public Interest as a Path to a Satisfying Legal Career

Friday, October 4, 2013

Syracuse University College of Law

Panel Program, Room 200, 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Networking Reception, Heritage Alumni Lounge, Room 366, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

A panel of seven College of Law alumni from a variety of practice areas and geographic regions will describe their career paths, their decision to pursue public interest law, the rewards and challenges of their jobs and how they have survived financially. 

Panelists:

Edward Jayetileke, L’07, New York County District Attorney's Office (NYC)

Gretal Kinney, L’09, US Coast Guard (VA)

Melissa Mitchell, L’01, Electric Power Supply Association (DC)

Eric Moll, L’11, Maryland Legal Aid (MD)

Michael Sampson, L’10, US Social Security Administration (DC)

Melissa Schreiber-Stahl, L’10, 1000 Friends of Maryland (MD)

William Tansey, L’03, Essex County Public Defender's Office (Northern NY)

Moderator:

Adam Leitman Bailey, L’95, Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. (NYC)

Panelist Bios

Road Less Traveled III, Public Interest as a Path to a Satisfying Legal Career is generously sponsored by Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C., as well as The Community Development Law Clinic, The Office of Professional & Career Development and the Syracuse Public Interest Network (SPIN)

RSVP:

Students and alumni interested in attending the panel or the networking event, please call the Office of Professional & Career Development at 315-443-1941.

Questions:

Contact Samantha Kasmarek or Professor Deborah Kenn