Your legal career starts now. Your coursework, law school activities, community service, and work experience--before and during law school--will shape your legal career options. Our Career Development Office is here to help you better define your goals and help you find the right job. Download our Career Development Timeline to make sure you are on the right track.
Resources to assist in job searches, including information about current hiring practices and tips on applying for judicial clerkships are listed below.
Download single sections or the entire Guide in pdf.
CDO Job Search Guide COMPLETE (pdf) Complete Career Planning Guide
CDO Job Search Guide SECTION I (pdf) Self-Assessment & Career Planning
CDO Job Search Guide SECTION II (pdf) Networking
CDO Job Search Guide SECTION III (pdf) Resumes & Cover Letters
CDO Job Search Guide SECTION IV (pdf) Interview Preparation & Logistics
CDO Job Search Guide SECTION V (pdf) Careers in Public Interest Law
CDO Job Search Guide SECTION VI (pdf) Judicial Clerkships
CDO Job Search Guide SECTION VII (pdf) Job Fairs
CDO Job Search Guide SECTION VIII (pdf) Career Development Websites
If you plan to relocate outside our tri-state region, we can help you explore your career opportunities by plugging you into our connections with other law school career development offices around the country. Please stop by the Career Development Office and complete a short form indicating the law school you wish to visit. We will handle the rest.