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2022 JD Advantage Career Week - Panel 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Beal - NALP
29:55
Today's panelists - Host and Moderator: Delanté Spencer Thomas, Director of JD Advantage Advising and Outreach, Case Western Reserve University School of LawPanelists: Steve de Eyre, Director of Public Policy and Government Affairs at TikTok CanadaJessica Feil, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Compliance at OpenBet Sports Betting EntertainmentArthur A. Elkins Jr., Former Inspector General for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
Mary Beal - NALP
30:29
https://www.nalp.org/jd_advantage - great resource page! We will post the recordings of these sessions here tomorrow.
Quaime V. Lee (Northeastern University School of Law)
31:09
Thanks for joining us everyone! Feel free to "pin" the video windows of our speakers so that you can see them more readily:Moderator: Delanté Spencer Thomas, Director of JD Advantage Advising and Outreach at Case Western Reserve University School of LawPanelists: Arthur A. Elkins Jr., Former Inspector General for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Washington Suburban Sanitary CommissionSteve de Eyre, Director of Public Policy and Government Affairs at TikTok CanadaJessica Feil, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Compliance at OpenBet Sports Betting Entertainment
Quaime V. Lee (Northeastern University School of Law)
31:38
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Aijan Isakova
50:31
What kind of specialties in law school would you recommend to focus on if you plan to work in this field? What kind of classes to take?
Josh Lee
53:01
Hi everyone! There’s a conception that Government Affairs work is closely tied with who you know (in the government). Does this put international students (even if we have worked in government roles in our countries in the past) at a disadvantage? If so, do you have any suggestions on how we can lessen that disadvantage or bridge that gap? Thank you!
Mikala Bolmer
55:24
hi everyone! how do equity impacts factor into your work? how are equity-motivated policies received by your employers as well as by the governments you're lobbying to? thank you!
de Almeida, Alexander (he/him) Pitt Law
55:28
Networking seems to be critical in your careers - how do you maintain your existing relationships and keep in touch with everyone?
Joshua Brown
01:03:37
If we haven’t taken the bar exam should we?
Mary Beal - NALP
01:15:49
Thank you for your questions! Please also take a minute to evaluate this program at https://forms.office.com/r/ue7nzkpqdR
Mary Beal - NALP
01:22:13
https://www.nalp.org/jd_advantage - again, note some great resources on this page. We will post the panel recordings here as well.
Ashley Stasak
01:24:42
If you're a non-traditional law student, such as an extended division who works full time and goes to law school part time, what do you suggest for opportunities to intern or gain experience in this space, as attempting to balance all priorities?
William Carruth
01:32:17
Besides networking, what are other paths to getting a job at this point? A lot of internships fell though with COVID and there seems to be a lot more competition for entry level positions. How are your HR departments dealing with this situation and is there anything we can do? (The cover letter suggestion was helpful. thanks)
Quaime V. Lee (Northeastern University School of Law)
01:32:49
Thanks for joining us, everyone. Please also take a minute to evaluate tonight's program at https://forms.office.com/r/ue7nzkpqdR. We welcome your feedback!
Josh Lee
01:36:57
Thank you for the answers!
de Almeida, Alexander (he/him) Pitt Law
01:46:35
Thank you all!
Mary Beal - NALP
01:48:22
https://www.nalp.org/eguides - some helpful guides for students
Mary Beal - NALP
01:48:51
https://www.nalp.org/developing_the_professional_lawyer - and some short, helpful videos!
Mary Beal - NALP
01:49:58
Thanks again for joining us, everyone. Please also take a minute to evaluate tonight's program at https://forms.office.com/r/ue7nzkpqdR. We welcome your feedback!
Hallie Prest
01:50:23
This was amazing! Thanks so much to all from Minnesota Law
Ashley Stasak
01:54:43
Thank you for the answer, I appreciate it!
Darwin Harris
01:56:46
I have one more quick question for Jess (if possible). Was it hard or difficult working with or understanding Tribal/Native American law while working with the Gaming Industry?
Karen Peairs
01:59:16
Thank y'all for your time!
Reen Reinhardt
01:59:26
Thank you to all the panelists!
Stacey Gleason
01:59:31
Mr. Elkins, thank you for sharing your experience in getting back to private practice. I’ve always wondered if that would be possible!
Josh Lee
01:59:31
Thank you all so much!
William Carruth
01:59:32
Thank you.
Miaeda Hutchinson
01:59:41
Thank you all, this was amazing!
Maura MacNeill
01:59:42
Thank you all!
Michael Kallman
01:59:42
Thank you to all of you.
Bonnie Mannix
01:59:44
Thank you!
Ethein Malchow
01:59:48
Thank you!
Christina Dris
01:59:50
Thank you all!
Meng Tee
01:59:55
Thank you all!
Kelly Kaladeen
02:00:08
Thank you! It was very informative!
Sana Sajid
02:00:19
Thanks, All. Have a sweet rest of your week.