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A resource for students at The University of Texas School of Law regarding the on-campus and off-campus application and interview process, as well as news about upcoming career panels and professional development workshops.

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Available Online: Recordings of CSO Panels & Workshops

Did you miss a program this past year? You may now review many of the panels and workshops presented by the Career Services Office this past year (UT EID required): Government Career Panel & Workshops International Law Career Panels Judical Clerkship and Internship Workshop & Panels Law Firm Career Panels Nonpracticing / Alternative Career Panels […]

Summer Housing Opportunities in New York and Washington, DC

Looking for a place to stay this summer while you work in New York or Washington, DC? EHS Quality Student Living (New York) WISH (Washington Intern Student Housing in DC) If you have experience successfully working with other summer housing resources, please share in the comments below.

What Employers Really Value

As many of you gear up for Spring OCI and job fairs, we encourage you to read the article “What Employers Really Value” in ABA’s Student Lawyer (Vol. 42, No. 6, February 2014). Erin Binns, Director of Career Planning at Marquette University Law School, states that “despite all the hype (especially at this time of […]

How to Use LinkedIn to Connect with UT Law Students and Alumni

The University of Texas School of Law Alumni-Student Connections is a valuable resource for UT Law students and alumni seeking information on a wide range of topics, from career paths to job search advice, to job market trends in diverse geographic locations. Alumni members can share their insights and expertise with students seeking to expand […]

Career Resources in the Tarlton and CSO Libraries

You may search the CSO’s Online Resource Library’s catalog for career and professional development handouts, books, periodicals, online resources, as well as audio and video recordings of CSO panels and workshops. Books from the CSO Resource Library may be checked out from the CSO during office hours, which are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays, in TNH […]

Be Prepared: How to Research Employers for Your Interviews

Joe Noel, Reference Librarian with the Tarlton Law Library, has produced a 10-minute PowerPoint presentation on how to use various resources available for researching employers including the NALP Directory, Chambers Associate, Vault Career Insider, The American Lawyer,, Lexis Advance, Law360, Westlaw Next, Bloomberg Law, and more. We encourage students to take a moment to […]

How to Network and Find a Job Using LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the place for students and recent graduates to find jobs and internships – take a moment to learn the top ten tips for utilizing LinkedIn in your job search as well as how to network on LinkedIn.

Ten Steps to Building a Great Student Profile on LinkedIn

Take a moment to learn the ten steps to building a great student profile on LinkedIn as many recruiters visit this site, as well as Facebook and Instagram, to learn more about you. If you are not a member of the UT Law Alumni-Student Connections Group on Linkedin, join today to network with more than […]

UT Law Alumnae at SCOTUS – Tuesday, October 1, 2013

UT Law Alumnae at SCOTUS Tuesday, October 1, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Sheffield Room Come hear what it’s like to argue and win a case in front of the Supreme Court of the United States from two of UT Law’s own:  Jane Webre, ’89, counsel of record in Gunn v. Minton, and Cindy Connolly, ’96, co-counsel. […]

Five Tips for Callback Interviews

Mary Crane, author of “Starting Work for Interns, New Hires, and Summer Associates”, and a past speaker at the UT Law Professional Development Institute, has the following tips for students who have callback interviews: Be prepared. Carry several copies of your resume in a portfolio with a pen. Arrive with several specific questions to ask. […]