Your one-stop shop for professional success!
To succeed in today’s legal market, law students need to be deeply engaged in their career planning and keenly aware of trends in the legal profession. The Office of Career Services provides counseling, networking, and programming opportunities to assist students in developing their job search skills and broadening their industry knowledge. We are here to assist you as you build your future as a legal professional!
Make an appointment to talk with us about your individual goals and to craft job search strategies that help get you where you want to go.
Networking, shadowing, and participating in informational interviews are all ways to learn about the practice of law from those who are actively engaged in it. We offer multiple networking events throughout the year, many of which involve alumni; a structured shadowing program over Winter Break for first year students; and we are happy to help all students connect with potential informational interview hosts in your areas of interest.
You got the interview! Now what? Increase your chances of success by learning the questions you might be asked, what you should take with you to the interview, and how to make a great first impression. Consider scheduling a mock interview with one of our counselors and feel much more confident going into your interview!
The Office of Career Services partners with faculty to educate students about judicial clerkship opportunities, including discussing the many benefits of clerkships, the clerkship application process, how to prepare for a clerkship interview, and how to enjoy a successful clerkship experience once hired.
Complete the Class of 2021 Graduate Employment Survey [PDF] (for J.D. graduates from Dec. 2020, May 2021 and Aug. 2021)
Please email the completed survey or drop it off at the Office of Career Services, Suite 214.
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