A Day in the Life of a Local Government Attorney: An Introduction to Careers in Local Government

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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

12:00 PM

12:50 PM

Classroom 5048

Students are invited to a panel discussion featuring local government attorneys. This event will be a Q&A-style facilitated discussion with local government attorneys representing the Town of Cary, the UNC School of Government, and two small firms: Sanford Holshouser and The Brough Law Firm. The attorneys will discuss their experiences in local government and provide insights about how to begin a legal career in this practice area. A list of summer and year-round internship and externship opportunities will be made available to students at the session. Pizza provided! RSVP inSymplicity under the Events tab so we have a head count.

Panelists:

  • Frayda Bluestein: Distinguished Professor of Public Law and Government
  • Matt Pentz '12: Town of Cary Attorney
  • Ashley Anderson '15, Attorney at Sanford Holshouser, Carrboro
  • T.C. Morphis '02, Attorney at The Borough Law Firm, Chapel Hill
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