One-hour workshops on career-related subjects take place throughout the year. Popular topics include:
The workshops involve presentation, discussion, and exercises. Participants are provided topical selected writings and examples.
Every year, through either Career & Student Services or individual student organizations, the Law School hosts short programs. These range from informal lunch-hour or after-class guest presentations to events open to wider audiences and followed by receptions. The latter include invited addressees and speakers’ panels on current legal issues or particular types of law practice. Examples of such programs include obtaining a judicial clerkship, legal issues and opportunities in medical fields, and the legal job market.
Through these programs, students interact with persons active in areas of interest to them. Similar low- or no-cost networking opportunities are available to students through conferences, seminars, lectures, and luncheon meetings sponsored by legal organizations such as the Albuquerque Bar Association, the District Attorney’s Office, and the Albuquerque Women’s Bar Association.