The Career Services Office recently adopted Symplicity Career Services Manager Law Edition software through which it provides online access to current employment opportunities for both students and graduates.
The Career Services Office's annual programming includes Career Forums, Brown Bag Lunches, and other Special Events.
Additionally, the office regularly co-sponsors monthly panels with campus student groups and the Public Interest Law Fellows Program on a wide variety of career-related topics.
Throughout the year, the office conducts outreach to prospective employers to develop school year, summer, and post-graduation employment opportunities in order to enhance the position of the law school’s students and graduates in the job market.
The Career Services Office is continuously expanding its recruiting efforts including building upon its on-campus recruiting program for student summer internships and resume drop program for post-graduation positions.
Pro Bono and Public Interest Summer Stipend Programs
The law school's Pro Bono Program is administered through the Career Services Office. The Pro Bono Program seeks to develop students’ commitment to pro bono work and to expose students to careers through which they can serve the public. In that performing pro bono work is also a means for students to gain practical legal experience and build a professional network, the Career Services Office encourages students to perform their pro bono hours at organizations that fit with their individual interests and career goals.
The Career Services Office also coordinates the Public Interest Summer Stipend Program, under which students are selected to receive stipends to work in full-time public interest law positions during the summer.