Career Services offers dozens of events during the year: speakers, panel presentations, Bar association events, practice area development, and more. Check the CSD calendar frequently for the latest!
Interested in writing a land-the-job resume? Creating the perfect cover letter? Sharpening your interview skills? Look no further: Career Services has just the workshop for you! Workshops cover a variety of topics to help you create a successful job search and open the doors to your legal career.
The law is a profession that requires the highest level of professionalism. It is essential to master proper presentation and etiquette. Professionalism skills events allow students to understand and practice the basics such as networking, dining etiquette, becoming the top law clerk, and leadership.
Visit Career Services for assistance with your job search! Scheduling an appointment takes just seconds. Log onto Symplicity to find the date and time most convenient for you.
The Career Services document bank has templates on dozens of documents from resumes to cover letters to follow-up e-mails. Once you're logged in, just click on the Resource Library 'quick link' from the home page. Additional resources can be found in the Career Resources Library on the ground floor of the Main Library.
Looking for a short-term or long-term position? All the tools you need for a successful job hunt are right here!
Browse local and nationwide opportunities from reputable employers. Streamline your search by applying filters based on your preferred Industry, Job Function, and more. Create custom Job Search Agents so you'll be notified each time a new job that meets your interests is posted.
Apply to postings in minutes utilizing your stored resumes, cover letters and additional documents. Stay organized by viewing your application history at any time.
The Career Services Department discourages unpaid law clerk/attorney listings in for-profit entities. Moreover, the office cannot authenticate all employer posting information. Thoroughly research each employer you apply to and make sure you only take a position that conforms with your ethical obligations and will not impinge on your ability to become a licensed attorney.