Register to attend the 25th Anniversary Lavendar Law Conference & Career Fair!

Want to talk to LGBT-friendly recruiters from law firms, government agencies and LGBT rights groups? Check out this information about the upcoming Lavendar Law Conference & Career Fair in San Francisco:

The National LGBT Bar Association’s annual Lavender Law® Career Fair is designed to achieve a sense of community and inclusion for LGBT candidates within the legal profession’s recruiting efforts. By participating in this career fair, candidates will talk directly to LGBT-friendly recruiters from law firms, government agencies, LGBT rights groups, and corporate legal departments.

  • Candidates are encouraged to discuss their identity and their aspirations to become part of a bias-free work environment.
  • Sponsors are encouraged to take this opportunity to showcase their diversity efforts to top level law students and lateral candidates from around the country.

Please note that the National LGBT Bar Association will be hosting two webchat sessions in advance of the Career Fair.  These live, interactive web-based discussions are designed to help law students efficiently and effectively navigate the Career Fair and Conference.  During the chats students can ask questions of experienced Lavender Law career advisors and LGBT Bar staff.

The Lavender Law® Career Fair kicks off with a panel of legal practitioners with experience working in government, non-profit, small and large firms. The panel will be guided by a law career services professional will discuss the tools, considerations and critical aspects to find, research and evaluate LGBT-friendly employers in each of these legal arenas.

Over 450 candidates and 160 recruiters representing law firms, government agencies and non-profit organizations interested in diversity were present at the 2012 career fair in Washington, DC.

Visit the Lavendar Law Career Fair website for more information on registration and recruitment, including tips on how to get the most out of your experience!

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