Clients, Curiosity, and Commitment: A Career in Public Interest Law
Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
I want to talk to you about the world of practice. I want to talk to you about school, some of which I know from having spent time not only as a student, but also from running a clinical program in a law school. In the end, I really want to talk about you. What is most important to me concerns the ways in which you can think about a career in public interest, using that term in the broadest possible sense.
Daniel L. Greenberg,
Clients, Curiosity, and Commitment: A Career in Public Interest Law,
Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y