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IBA:Students benefit from Diversity Job Fair

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The Indianapolis Bar Association’s annual Diversity Job Fair recently welcomed more than 60 students to the Circle City for the opportunity to interview for potential summer employment in 2013. The fair kicked off on Thursday, July 26 with a cocktail reception at the Skyline Club and continued on Friday, July 27. Twenty-seven employers, representing law firms, government agencies, corporations and non-profits, spent the day interviewing potential summer associates.

iba-picture-15col.jpgHon. Jane Magnus-Stinson, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, chats with Job Fair attendees at the Diversity & the Law Luncheon on Friday, July 27. The luncheon featured special guest speaker Thea Kelly of Dow Agrosciences.
iba-reception.jpgStudents, employers, sponsors and IndyBar leaders mingle at the 2012 IndyBar Diversity Job Fair Welcome Reception.  
iba-djf-brita-15col.jpg Left, Pictured at center, IndyBar 2012 Diversity Job Fair Chair Brita Horvath, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, smiles with Job Fair Sponsor Mark Bernstein, View You LLC (right) and Phillip Charles, Southern University Law Center (left).
iba-picture-4-15col.jpg Barnes & Thornburg LLP presented a $2,500 scholarship at the Diversity Job Fair. Pictured: Scholarship recipient Valerie D. Johnson of Valparaiso University School of Law and Jimmie L. McMillian, Barnes & Thornburg LLP.
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