The Career Services Office provides programming and guidance to support career planning, professional development and the job search. To enhance communication with students, alumni and employers, Career Services utilizes the online management system, Symplicity. To fully engage in the resources available to you, current students, graduates and employers are invited to register with Symplicity now.
Career Services is the primary liaison between law students, recent graduates and prospective employers. Services are available to help individuals:
- Identify and explore career options consistent with interests
- Identify and research prospective employers and opportunities that lead to your ultimate career goal
- Develop resumes, cover letters, and interviewing techniques to effectively communicate strengths to potential employers
Individual career counseling and job search strategies development, along with job postings, educational workshops, networking events and on-campus interviews in both the fall and spring terms, are the cornerstone of activities throughout the year. Career Services also supports and encourages student applications for judicial clerkships on all levels while actively coordinating student participation in national and regional job fairs.
The Career Resources Library (CRL) in Room 116 contains a collection of some of the latest books, periodicals, and other materials for exploring the legal profession and networking with Bowen alumni around the world. The CRL enables you to explore legal specialties; large and small firms; private, government and public interest work environments; and legal and nonlegal career possibilities.