Career Services > For Students > Seminars


Voluntary classes – both regularly scheduled and specially planned seminars – are offered during the day and evening to educate students on the proper methods of exploring career opportunities and obtaining information. Presented either by the assistant dean or assistant director for career services, an attorney from outside the law school, or a faculty member, the classes provide an invaluable opportunity for students to learn techniques for maximizing their job choices, as well as learn about what it’s like to practice different areas of law. Running the gamut from helping students decide what they want to do to writing résumés, Career Services offers students the chance to learn the skills needed to get a job.

In addition, in October, the Career Services staff teaches a mandatory class specifically for 1Ls covering all aspects of job hunting, including what steps need to be taken during the first year.