The Office of Career Services exists to aid law students with the task of finding employment both during school and after graduation. To assist in the job search process, the Office of Career Services offers a wide variety of programs, services, and resources for students.
1L students: Be sure to check out the 1L Student Resource page to learn about resources specifically for our first-year students.
2Ls & 3Ls: Not sure where to start?
Check out our Job Search Resources page!
Students are encouraged to make an appointment with their career counselor to explore their interests, discuss their job search strategies and potential employment opportunities, or review their resume and/or cover letter.
Who is my counselor?
- Maureen Kieffer: All students enrolled in a Child Law or Public Interest Legal Writing section
- Jayne Schreiber: Full-time students with last names beginning with A-G
- Sheila Simhan: Full-time students with last names beginning with H-O
- Marianne Deagle: Full-time students with last names beginning with P-Z
- Deborah Gutman: Part-time students
If you are preparing for a specific interview, don't forget to set up a mock interview to help polish your interviewing skills. If you are interviewing with a law firm for a law clerk, summer associate, or associate position, set up a mock interview with Marianne Deagle or Jayne Schreiber. If you are interviewing with a public interest organization, government agency, or judge, set up a mock interview with Maureen Kieffer. Mock interviews can be set up by calling 312-915-7160 or emailing email@example.com.
New job opportunities are added to Symplicity everyday, so be sure to check frequently! We receive a wide variety of job postings, including law clerk positions, attorney positions, summer internships with public interest organizations and government agencies, and much more.
PANELS & PROGRAMS
The Office of Career Services presents a variety of panels and programs for students to attend. From networking receptions to resume & cover letter review programs to the "Loyola Alums in Practice" series, there are always new events being posted on our Upcoming Events page!
Current students may print a copy of their unofficial transcript or request a copy of their official transcript via their LOCUS account.