Information for Prospective Students

The mission of the Career Development Office is to educate, prepare and assist our students and alumni as they pursue their career goals. We offer the following programs and services:

Personalized Career Counseling: Includes resume and cover letter review and individual counseling to develop strategies for identifying opportunities and developing job search tools and techniques.

Workshops, Seminars, and Outreach: Address such topics as resume and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, substantive areas of law, and job search techniques. 

Career Resource Center: Offers a Career Resource Library with numerous books, handouts, directories, articles, and other publications pertaining to all aspects of career development.

Online Job Board: Contains all job opportunities posted at the Law School.

Fall and Spring Interview Programs: Employers interview Boyd students during both the fall and spring semesters. The Fall Interview Program runs from the day after Labor Day through October. Employers may interview second-year full-time and third-year part-time students for summer positions and third-year full-time and fourth-year part-time students for post-graduation jobs. The Spring Interview Program, which includes all students, begins in early February. 

Employment Outcomes

Reports to American Bar Association (ABA)

ABA Employment Summary, Class of 2013
ABA Employment Summary, Class of 2012

ABA Employment Summary, Class of 2011
ABA Employment Summary, Class of 2010

Reports to National Association for Law Placement (NALP)*

NALP Employment Summary, Class of 2012
NALP Employment Summary, Class of 2011
NALP Employment Summary, Class of 2010

 *These reports contain salary information in addition to employment statistics.