The University of Minnesota Law School's Career Center is committed to supporting and educating University of Minnesota Law School students and alumni throughout all stages of their professional development. The Career Center helps students and alumni develop the professional experience and connections that will give them access to employers throughout Minnesota and the nation.
As an institution with an exceptional national reputation, the Law School is focused on helping students and graduates find positions with all types of legal employers throughout the country. Our well-trained graduates work in all 50 states, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Guam, Puerto Rico, and many other locations around the world. They work for premier law firms, boutique practices, federal agencies and departments, state and local governments, public interest organizations, and major companies.
A wide variety of local, regional, national and international law firms, corporations, public agencies and judicial clerkships meet students annually through Career Center-sponsored programs. Interviewing and networking events take place both on campus and off campus in cities such as New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Students also participate in the Equal Justice Works Conference in Washington, D.C., and the Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference in Chicago among other national career fairs.
The Center offers career workshops and programs throughout the year and counsels students and alumni on establishing and meeting professional goals.