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How To Get Capitol Hill Jobs Before Law School

Before she went on to law school and then the UN Volunteer program, Kim Trinh worked on Capitol Hill for two years. This is a great place for people interested in law school to start their careers.

Watch Kim’s video to find out how to break into these jobs before law school, then be sure to check out other government careers you can do with a law degree. You can also figure out “Should I go to law school” by filling out JDCOT’s free self-assessment tool. Click here to get it now. Join JD Careers Out There for access to this and more soft skills & practical skills advice videos plus day-in-the-life career path videos and transcripts.

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UNHCR Volunteer Kim TrinhRefugee Status Determination Kim Trinh
Title: United Nations Volunteer for UNHCR handling Refugee Status Determination
City: Pretoria, South Africa
Law School: Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA
College: University of Washington in Seattle, WA
Previous Career: Before doing the work of an Associate Protection Officer as a UN volunteer for the UNHCR, Kim worked in the policy area on Capitol Hill for congressmen.

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