Office of Professional Development Resources

Are you taking advantage of all of the available resources on the Professional Development website?

What about PSLawnet.org ?  Register as a "Job Seeker".

Career Central IS a “virtual” career services office for law students and attorneys pursuing public interest careers.  There is a broad array of public interest career resources, including:

•A Public Interest Career Fair Calendar
•Fundamental Job Search Resources (resumes, cover letters, interviewing, etc.)
•Information on Summer Public Interest Funding Opportunities and Resources on Financing Public Interest Careers (including LRAPs)
•A Library of General Public Interest Career Resources
•Information on Public Interest Careers in the Nonprofit Arena
•Information on Careers as a Prosecutor or Public Defender
•Information on Careers in Government
•Information on For-profit Public Interest Law Firms
•Other Helpful Links

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Did you know that the Office of Professional Development will request reciprocity (using another law school's Career Services or accessing a job database) at a law school?  Keep in mind that most  law schools don't allow reciprocity during Fall On Campus Interviews; some do not grant reciprocity to 1L or 2L students and some law schools (where there are several law schools close to each other) limit reciprocity to one law school.

Also, don't forget to check the Job Database on Symplicity by going to:  https://law-louisville-csm.symplicity.com/students  Log in with your Student ID No. and Password and click on "Jobs & Resume Collection".

Ms. Reh is available to meet with students regarding your job search for a summer position as well as reviewing your resume and/or cover letter.  Please sign up for an appointment on the sheet on her door (room 184).