Attorneys to discuss jobs, bar associations

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The Indiana State Bar Association is holding a panel discussion and lunch Thursday at University of Notre Dame Law School to discuss the anxiety students face in looking for jobs. The panel will also talk to students about joining bar associations and the opportunities available through those professional organizations.

The panelists are ISBA president Bill Jonas, attorney at Hammerschmidt Amaral & Jonas in South Bend; Robyn Rucker, Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunities program director; and Jason Cichowicz, attorney at Berger Gammage & Associates in South Bend.

Susan Jacobs, ISBA associate executive director, said this is the last in a series of panel discussions the bar association has held at the law schools in the state and that the turnout had been good in the previous sessions.

The lunch and discussion begin at noon in the law school, Room 2171.


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