The School of Law is committed to providing its graduates with resources that will assist in their professional development and career success.
Lawyers typically make many job changes throughout their careers. We fundamentally believe that career counseling and assistance should extend beyond graduation, therefore, we are just as committed to helping our graduates obtain their career goals as we are to helping our current students.
The Career Development Office (CDO) is pleased to invite alumni to use its online Job Bank, which hosts job listings for recent graduates and experienced attorneys. In addition to the Job Bank, alumni can are invited to access CDO's new Blackboard page for information covering a variety of professional development topics. Each section contains links to articles, handouts, and video files of CDO’s programs.
For more information and to obtain a log-in and password for the Job Bank and Blackboard, e-mail .
The Alumni Borrowing service entitles the user to borrow circulating materials from the Thurgood Marshall Law Library. Sign up for a borrowing card here.
The law school hosts dozens of conferences and workshops each year, bringing together top legal scholars and practitioners from across the country to share insight and analyze recent developments in a wide range of areas. Our graduates are welcome at all of these events. Read more about upcoming conferences.
The law school is home to four scholarly journals covering a diverse array of content areas pertinent to legal professionals. The journals welcome alumni subscriptions.
The School of Law is home to several nationally recognized specialty programs. Providing opportunities for in-depth scholarship, these programs are a magnet for leading faculty from across the country.