Nate Brown | Politics
From: Washington, DC
Pomona Days: 2012, Politics
Current Employment/Education: UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall)
Legislative Correspondent, Senator Brian Schatz
Policy and Research Director, Sal Pace for Congress
Communications Fellow, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
For the first three years after graduating from Pomona, I worked in politics. I started law school in the fall of 2015. I'm happy to talk to you about either of these experiences. I can give you a rundown of how to get a job and what to expect on political campaigns and in Congress. I also can help if you're thinking about applying to law school. My basic advice is that most people should only go to law school if they really want to practice law and can graduate from a great school with a manageable debt load. I found a lot of good resources during my application process, so don't hesitate to reach out if you'd like more info or just want to chat!