- February 27, 2013
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- TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)
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Interested in finding out more about practicing in criminal law, and how to connect with practitioners? Find out over Milk & Tiff's Treats!
Join the American Constitution Society (ACS), Public Interest Law Association (PILA), the American Journal of Criminal Law, and three fantastic local attorneys in a chat about a career in criminal law from defense, prosecution, and judicial perspectives. Panelists include Michelle Fernald, Deputy Chief of the United States Attorney's Office, Austin Office; Pamela Sigman, private practitioner with Sigman & Sigman and Director of UT's Juvenile Justice Clinic; and Amanda Woog, Law Clerk for Judge Cheryl Johnson, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
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- UT Law students
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- UT Law alumni
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- American Constitution Society
- Public Interest Law Association
- American Journal of Criminal Law
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