Career Services

Career Services

Career Services

Career Services

One of the privileges of attending law school is that you have a wide open career for your choosing.  The success of finding  jobs in the field of private practice and public service is determined by the focus of the newly graduate.

The private sector is full of legal firms and each of them have a wide range of careers in Litigation, Corporate, M&A, family law, immigration, etc.  Similar success is enjoyed by students seeking public service: clerkships, professors in universities & law schools in law schools, public defenders, district attorneys, government jobs, etc.

Your school’s Office of Career Services, together with the Public Interest Law Center can help. They organize recruiting events, panels and workshops, practice interview programs, and offer individual counseling sessions.

Below is a link to each Career Services program at the Top 14 Law Schools. For more information on the various programs offered at each school, please follow the link to their website.

Top 14 Programs

Other Programs

  • UCLA Program
  • Roger Williams Program
  • Pace Univ Program - The center assists Pace Law J.D. and LL.M. students and alumni with a diverse range of needs – from securing funding opportunities for internships and exploring career goals and opportunities, to developing resume writing and interviewing skills. They also work directly with employers looking to connect with motivated, qualified Pace students and graduates.
  • Fordham Program