‘Table Talk’ recruiters met with enthusiasm

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Business attire reigned at the Law Center’s annual “Table Talk” as well-dressed students crowded into The Commons to exchange notes and drop off resumes with recruiters from more than 35 government and public agencies. At stake: a chance at a career-building clerkship. Beckilynn Skidmore ‘2L (pictured here) took time to review information from Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan’s office, and representatives from various social service agencies and the military did a brisk business. “Table Talk” was created by the Career Development Office at the Law Center under the direction of Assistant Dean Rhonda Beassie.  Military Table Beckilynn Skidmore ‘2L (pictured here) took time to review information from Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan’s office Children at Risk table

Business attire reigned at the Law Center’s annual “Table Talk” as well-dressed students crowded into The Commons to exchange notes and drop off resumes with recruiters from more than 35 government and public agencies.  At stake: a chance at a career-building clerkship.  Beckilynn Skidmore ‘2L (pictured here) took time to review information from Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan’s office, and representatives from various social service agencies and the military did a brisk business.  “Table Talk” was created by the Career Development Office at the Law Center under the direction of Assistant Dean Rhonda Beassie. 

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