What Can I Do My First Summer?

It can be a challenge to secure law-related work experience during the summer after your first year of law school. For this reason, 1L’s who seek legal work during their first summer will search broadly not during the Spring On-Campus Interview season (which takes place during Spring Semester), but also for other paid and unpaid meaningful legal experiences. Read on for a few tips.

Mentor Matches-Coming Soon!

Mentor matches are being coordinated next week and you will get yours soon! Read on for more information about what to do when you receive that information.

Plan Ahead for Out of State Travel Related to Jobseeking

Plan ahead for out-of-state travel related to jobseeking! Read on for more information.

1L Job Searching & Professionalism Presentation-Next Thursday!

1L’s plan to attend the Job Searching & Professionalism Presentation next Thursday! Click here to learn more about this event.

How I Got My Job: Catherine Larson, Strong & Hanni

In this edition of How I Got My Job, Catherine Larson, the managing shareholder at Strong & Hanni is profiled. Read on to learn how Catherine worked her way up from law clerk to managing shareholder at this firm and her advice for students seeking a similar path.

Solo/Small Firm Event This Thursday: “What I Wish I’d Known When I Started a Practice”

Solo/Small Firm Support Series Event this Thursday! Read on.

Resume Tips from Ben Holt, SJQ 2008 & Patent Attorney, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP

Ben Holt, a 2008 alum of the SJQ College of Law and Patent Attorney at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP offers some good advice on resumes. Read on for more information!

How I Got My Job: Joelle Kesler, Dart, Adamson & Donovan

During the month of October, PDO will focus its “How I Got My Job” feature on women who have made successful careers at law firms. We begin with a profile of Joelle Kesler, an associate at the law firm Dart, Adamson & Donovan and a 2006 alum of the S.J. Quinney College of Law. Read on for Joelle’s advice for job seeking students.

PDO Tip: Do high quality work in your clinics, pro bono projects and other unpaid work experiences.

Do high quality work in your clinics, pro bono projects and other unpaid work experiences. Read on for a helpful tip from former PDO Director, Anneliese Booher

Fall Firm Crawl Review

Last month, nearly 100 S.J. Quinney College of Law students participated in the Fall Firm Crawl, sponsored by the College’s Young Alumni Association. Through this event, groups of students were assigned to groups in one of three “tracks” and each track visited 4 downtown law firms. Read on for more information!