Notice of WBA Annual Meeting and Conference
RSVP by May 27, 2022
Wednesday, June 1, 2022
American University Washington College of Law
Grossman Hall Conference Center
4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Annual Meeting: 5:30 p.m. (Members Only)
Annual Conference: 6:00 p.m. (Open to the Public)
Reception to Follow
Generously co-sponsored by:
- Dr. J. Clay Smith, Jr. Memorial Equal Justice Lecture and Scholarship Presentation
- WBA 2022 Hall of Fame Ceremony
- Inaugural Joseph H. Hairston Vanguard Award Presentation
- Presidential Awards
- Induction of Officers
- ***Additional Details to Follow***
COVID-19 protocols will be strictly enforced. Click below to view the requirements.
WBA Upcoming Events
2022 Annual Law Day Dinner
NBA Upcoming Events
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Job and Mentorship Opportunities
The Washington Bar Association, Inc. (WBA) is pleased to share the following opportunities, and we encourage you to share this information with others who may be interested.
- Practicioner in Residence (CEED Clinic) – American University
- Supervisory Program Manager – Dep’t of Justice
- Director of Externships and Public Interest Programming – Howard University School of Law
- Assistant Dean of Academic & Registration Services – Rutgers Law SchoolDeputy Director – Georgetown Health Justice Alliance Law Clinic
- Executive Director – Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence (UBALT School of Law)
- Assistant Dean, Law Career Development – UBALT School of Law
- Various Positions – Legal Aid Society of DC
- Various Positions – DC Dep’t of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
- Clinical Teaching Fellows (Various Positions) – University of Baltimore, School of Law
- Staff Attorney – National Employment Law Project
- Associate General Counsel, Policy – Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Staff Attorney – Neighborhood Legal Services Program of DC
- Multiple Attorney Position – Ayuda
- Staff Attorney, Housing Law Unit – Legal Aid Society of DC
- Director – Immigrant Rights Clinic – University of Baltimore
- Various Attorney Positions – NVRDC
- Housing Justice Counsel – The Washington Lawyers’ Committee
- Housing Justice Organizer – The Washington Lawyers’ Committee
- Managing Attorney – UDC Law Clinical Program
- 2022 Congressional Fellowship Program
- Legislative Counsel – Office of Councilmember McDuffie
- Various Positions – Department of Health and Human Services
- Various Positions – Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
- Various Positions – DC Office of Attorney General
- Assistant Dean for Career Services – Howard University Law Center
- Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia – Various Positions
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