Maryland Carey Law is committed to assisting its graduates in advancing their professional development. The below resources are available to all graduates, and if you need assistance, please email email@example.com.
The Career Development Office (CDO) offers counseling advice and a range of job search resources for alumni who are making career transitions. Email the CDO at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment to speak with a counselor or use the appointment prompts on the UMD-Symplicity webpage at https://law-umd-csm.symplicity.com/students/. In preparing for your counseling session, and to make your meeting more productive, please email an updated resume for your counselor to review prior to your appointment.
Search for Job Opportunities
In addition to career counseling, the CDO offers alumni access to its online Symplicity Job Bank to search for employment opportunities. Email email@example.com to obtain a Symplicity password and include your full name, graduation year, e-mail address, telephone number, and mailing address. Once your alumni status is verified, you will receive an e-mail containing a username and a password.
Recruit Our Students and Alumni
As alumni, you understand the value of a Maryland Cary Law education. In partnership with the CDO, employers may list available positions free of charge to Symplicity for students and alumni to respond. Learn more about recruiting programs.
Transcripts and Diplomas
Alumni can request an official transcript or order a reissued diploma/certificate through the University's Registrar.
Library Services for Graduates
The Alumni Borrowing service entitles the user to borrow circulating materials from the Thurgood Marshall Law Library.
Conferences, Webinars, and Workshops
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 events. See upcoming events.
The law school is home to five scholarly journals covering a diverse array of content areas pertinent to legal professionals. The journals welcome alumni subscriptions.