About Career Services
The School of Law provides career counseling and placement assistance to students and graduates.
- The small size of the student body allows for individualized, one-on-one attention in all aspects of career development and job searchs.
- Private firms, state and federal government agencies, and public interest legal institutions interview our students at the law school.
- We sponsor an annual Mock Interview Program and offer programs on resume writing, and interviewing skills.
- We present opportunities to visit with practicing lawyers.
- As the only state law school we receive requests to include law students in State Bar events, such as the District Attorney Conference.
- Students are often invited to submit papers or give presentations at meetings and conferences.
- The close relationship between the state's practicing attorneys and law students affords networking opportunities and development of professional connections before students graduate.
- We have a resource room containing a variety of books, brochures, and periodicals on legal practice, the legal job search, and ways to use a law degree.
- We maintain a collection of books, directories, brochures, newsletters, and other sources of information about employment in legal fields.
- Our files also include information on local, state, federal, and international legal organizations.
- Notices of summer law school and internship programs in the U.S. and abroad are posted on the bulletin board outside our office.
- Our staff produce electronic and paper publications that contain job announcements, writing competitions, fellowships, and features about career issues of interest to law students.
- Position vacancies requiring immediate attention are circulated by Email, mailbox fliers, and postings in the building.