Howard Law Appoints Interim Assistant Dean of Career Services

Professor Carmia N. Caesar was recently appointed interim assistant dean of Career Services.  She will officially begin her new role on Monday, November 12.

Caesar currently serves as the Howard University School of Law’s director of experiential learning. She will continue her duties in this role as she serves as interim assistant dean. Caesar returned to Howard during the summer of 2016. Her prior Howard Law service took place from 2002-2007 as the director of the Equal Justice Program, during which time she oversaw pro bono initiatives, public interest placement and founded the Howard Public Interest Law Society (HPILS) Auction. After returning to the legal services practice in Connecticut, Professor Caesar then came back to Washington to accept the newly created position of the director of externships and the Public Interest Law Scholars Program at Georgetown Law.

A native Washingtonian, Professor Ceasar brings a breadth and depth of networks and relationships in both the private and public sector. She has practiced in large firm, government and nonprofit settings, including a nonprofit youth development program that she co-founded in Berkeley, California. She is a graduate of Pomona College and the Harvard Law School.

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