Job Search Resources
A vigorous and ultimately successful job search depends as much on solid information as it does on effort, attention, and perseverance. There are innumerable sources of employers, job listings, and networking opportunities, and over time, as you sharpen your focus and broaden your search, you will come to discover new ones, and to recognize which ones are the most reliable, wide-ranging, and applicable to your particular areas of interest. Be prepared to devote the time and energy required for a job search in today's legal market. If you do not allocate enough time and energy to the process your job search might not yield positive results. Although your job search is largely an independent undertaking, the members of Graduate Professional Development can offer you valuable assistance. As a starting point, the following links we provide here can give you a great beginning of the process.
- Externships for Graduate Students
- Georgetown and Other Law School Resources
- Relationship-Building Resources
- Online Directories, Resources, and Databases
- LL.M. Student Job Search Timeline