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Career Services Office (CSO)
The Career Services Office at the University of Dayton School of Law is dedicated to offering students and alumni comprehensive career planning services. Our objective is to assist in the transition from law student to employed professional. Services and programs are created to facilitate career planning efforts and to maximize potential for employment.
The Career Services Office assists students and alumni with:
- Identifying career options
- Aligning career opportunities with individual interests and skill sets
- Determining a rewarding career path
- Developing successful job search techniques
- Securing rewarding summer and permanent employment
Services offered by the Career Services Office include individual counseling services, resume and cover letter review, mock interviews, library and electronic resources, job listings, and on-campus interviewing/resume collection opportunities.
The School of Law is willing to enter into reciprocal agreements with other ABA accredited law schools for the mutual benefit of their and our students and graduates. Click here for more information.
In addition to supporting our students and alumni, we strive to meet the needs of local and national employers through our recruiting services. As a member of the National Association for Law Placement (NALP), we promote fair and ethical hiring practices through the Principles and Standards established by NALP and the Nondiscrimination Policy adopted by the University of Dayton School of Law.
Services for Employers
The Career Services Office offers recruiting services free of charge to employers, students, and alumni. Employers have myriad avenues to recruit students, including on-campus interviewing, resume collection services, and direct contact postings. Employers may also post part-time and full-time job openings for our students and alumni.