Susanne Aronowitz is the Associate Dean for Law Career Services. She manages the department's myriad services, including career counseling, the programming calendar, and recruiting programs. Susanne is an experienced employment law and civil litigation attorney, as well as being the law school's most experienced counselor. An active member of the National Association for Law Placement (NALP), and serves on the organization's By-Laws Committee. She earned her J.D. from UC Hastings College of the Law.
Jared Solovay is GGU's Director of Employer Relations & Administrative Director of the Honors Lawyering Program (HLP).
The HLP is essentially a modern take on a traditional apprenticeship. Students participating in the HLP take a regular first-year curriculum
, participate in an intense summer session to hone their skills, and begin working full time in the fall as an apprentice in any one of a number of organizations, including private and public firms, and government agencies.
Because of his experience as an IP attorney, as well as his experience serving on the firm's hiring committee and acting as a mentor to junior attorneys, Jared is able to offer real world, expert career advice and guidance to students. Additionally, he facilitates employer outreach programs. He earned his J.D. from UC Berkeley.
Leeor Neta is GGU's Assistant Director for Public Interest Programs. As the executive director of East Palo Alto Youth Court (EPAYC), a community based justice program manned by youths trained to serve in the roles of legal staff, including attorneys, jurors, and clerks, Leeor was heavily involved in community outreach, fundraising projects and youth mentoring, and is thus well suited to offer students and alumni interested in public interest and public sector legal employment
career guidance and information. In addition, Leeor served as an attorney with the State Public Defender's Office. He also was an intern with both the Midwest Center for Justice and the U.S. Department of Labor. He earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School.
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