Understanding how the entry-level job market for attorneys operates, and how and when different types of employers hire, is critical to being able to use your time during law school wisely.
- Get the facts on when different employers make their hiring decisions and who is hiring.
- Learn the three ways law students get post-graduate jobs - and understand why applying to jobs on the internet is not one of them.
- Discover the five ways to find an internship.
- Learn the secret of effective networking.
- Develop a strategy and an action plan for this year and beyond.
All interested students are welcome to attend.
Wednesday, October 26th
Last year, over 50 Maryland circuit, appellate, and federal district court judges attended the LCDO’s Judicial Appreciation Reception. Students interested in judicial internships and clerkships met and mingled with judges, and many of them made connections that led to jobs. You can do the same! Please join the LCDO as we honor and give thanks to the Maryland Judiciary for their support of UB Law students and alumni. Beer, wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Thursday, October 6th
6-8pm, Law School Lobby
Moot Court Room
Attention Class of 2012: If you are considering applying for post-graduate judicial clerkship positions with state trial courts, now is the time to prepare for the process. Updated information for the Maryland Circuit Courts and DC Superior Courts 2012-2013 term is now available in the Document Library on Symplicity. If you are undecided about the value of a judicial clerkship, in terms of your overall career goals, you are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the LCDO, and read:
11 THINGS EVERY LAW STUDENT SHOULD KNOW ABOUT JUDICIAL CLERKSHIPS;
QUICK GUIDE TO JUDICIAL CLERKSHIPS;
QUICK GUIDE TO MARYLAND COURT CLERKSHIPS; and
CANDID CLERKSHIP ADVICE FROM RECENT UB ALUMNI.
All there resources can be found in the Document Library on Symplicity.