Resources for Students
Throughout Law School: Plan, Engage, Look Ahead
You are encouraged to work closely with the Office of Career Services throughout your law school career, including to:
- Update your resume and identify career goals and positions of interest
- Participate in skill-building activities: clinics and externships
- Join organizations that expose you to different areas of the law: ABA participation and local bar association participation.
- Network, Network, Network!
Browse and Apply for Jobs
Access our online jobs database Symplicity.
Job Search Strategies & Useful Links
- SULC Nuts and Bolts Series: video and tip sheets
- From J.D. to beyond: Casual conversations with alumni and other legal professionals
- Judicial Clerkships
- Public Interests Resources
- On-Campus Interview Process (OCI)
- More job boards and other useful links
- Interview Advice
- Interview Dress
- Mock Interview Tips
- Sample Behavioral Interview Quesitons
- Sample Employer Interview Questions
Virtual Interview Practice
Here is a short video if you need help with registration.
Research law firms and practice areas here.
Request Reciprocity (for SULC Out-of-State Job Seekers): An SULC Law student or graduate may request reciprocity to utilize certain career services resources of another participating law school, consistent with the terms of that school’s Reciprocity Policy. For more information, read our reciprocity policy .
SULC Non-Discrimination Policy here