Find and get a law-related job/internship

If you missed yesterday’s workshop about finding and getting law-related jobs and internships, here are some resources that we shared.

Also: Have you seen that Monday’s Mark Your Calendars blog contains several law-related internships, including paid positions in University Counsel’s Office? Check that out here.

Job Search Guide for Pre-Law Students and Recent Grads

This guide is packed with tips on finding jobs and internships, including where to search (bookmark the sites!), what search terms you’re looking for, and how to create an effective plan to get that legal job or internship. (Click the link above)

Pre-Law Resumes—Things to Keep and Things to Delete

Click on this resource to help you decide how to whittle down your resume to one page–which is important when applying to law-related jobs and internships, where most employers are unlikely to read a 2-page resume. (NOTE that we are distinguishing here between resumes for legal jobs/internships and law school application resumes, which typically can be 2 pages.)

Build That Law School Resume

How can you ensure that  you are building a resume to become a great law school candidate? Click on this article to get some great advice on what you can do NOW to build a law school resume that gets results.

Internship and summer opportunities–on Compass

What’s on our Pre-Law Compass page?  MANY internships, summer pre-law programs, and job listings for new grads. (Click on the Winter Internship Newsletter, the Summer Pre-Law Program spreadsheet, and the Jobs for Recent Grads listings.)

It’s easy to add yourself to the Pre-Law Compass page. Click here and scroll to the bottom for the simple steps.