Assist in all aspects of the Career Development and Public Service Office(CDO). Advise JD students on all aspects of the career search and planning process, conduct outreach to employers, participate in various marketing efforts, research substantive practice areas, write publications, assist with career programming, develop content for the CDO web site and update the site as needed. Oversee announcements and publicity for events and programs and communicate with other offices in the Law School about the CDO. Focus primarily on developing resources and advising students about private legal employment, including law firms and businesses.
Requires: JD degree from an ABA accredited law school, admission to a state bar, experience in advising, supervising and/or mentoring law students or new attorneys, involvement in bar association(s) or other relevant legal professional groups, demonstrated interest and ability in helping students explore vast range of legal opportunities, excellent written and oral communication skills, including public speaking experience, ability to manage multiple tasks with attention to details and deadlines, ability to work effectively with colleagues, ease in using technology/computers in daily work, willingness to travel, availability for evenings, as needed (with prior notice)and a minimum of three years, preference for five years, of experience in private practice, post JD.