Alum David Miller to Talk About Practicing in New York City; Using Foreign Languages in One's Practice, Etc.

Our alum David Miller, who will be participating in the "Language for Life" program of the UW-Madison Language Institute, has offered to talk to interested law students while he is here in Madison on Thursday, February 26 about working internationally as a lawyer; practicing law in New York City; using his Russian language skills in his law practice, etc. David will be making a presentation at noon in Room 5240 on that day, and is willing to answer individual students' questions and offer advice and recommendations based on his personal experiences and what he is seeing in the New York legal market.  David worked in the Moscow office of a major international law firm (Hogan & Hartson LLP) during and immediately after law schol, and subsequently worked in Moscow for another such firm (White & Case LLP) but has been practicing in New York City for the last few years.

Submitted by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services on February 20, 2009

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