Christopher Joseph, '13, presents to UND Law Students
Christopher Joseph recently spoke to a capacity crowd of UND Law students, faculty and staff. He gave advice to current law students on seeking employment post graduation and about the advantages gained working as a law clerk and intern. Joseph was recently named Assistant Attorney General for North Dakota. Prior to joining the ND Attorney General’s office, Jospeh worked for two years as a judicial law clerk for the North Dakota Southeast Judicial District. He attended the UND School of Law and during that time clerked for the Zimney Foster Law Firm in Grand Forks, ND as well as interned for the North Dakota Commission on Legal Counsel for Indigent Defense in Fargo, ND. Prior to attending law school, Joseph spent three years on active duty as a Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy.
The event was co-sponsored by the Black Law Students Association and UND Law Career Development.