It's not just about finding a job after graduation. Practicing your skills in a real-world setting is a crucial part of your legal education. To help students achieve their professional goals, the Office of Career Services provides many services, programs, and resources, including:
- Career Counseling
Choosing the law means choosing the profession, not a specific job. Whether you hope to practice law in a traditional or non-traditional legal setting, we are here to help guide you.
- Job Search Resources
Students can login using their UVID/Password to access these resources
Career Services Statement of Support
The Office of Career Services team stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and the SBA, BLSA, and other student organizations in supporting the protesting of racial injustice in our city, nation and world. We acknowledge and denounce the systemic forms of discrimination that continue to marginalize underrepresented and underserved students and alumni.
We are re-committing ourselves to the principles of anti-racism and anti-oppression in all facets of career development including career education, advising, programming and employer relations. Each of us is dedicated to supporting all students and affirm our commitment to educating employers about the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion.
We promise to work hard to make racial justice a reality for all Loyola law students and will engage in a dialogue with students about how to best support them in the work they are called to do. We are here for you.
We encourage you to also read the main law school's statement here.
All students are able to access the PEARSON job posting system via a personal username and password. If you do not have an account, please send an email to email@example.com with your name, email address, class year, and graduation date. Our office will send you a username and password to PEARSON as soon as possible.
Employment Summary Reports
American Bar Association (ABA) Employment Summary Reports for Loyola (pdfs):
- Class of 2020
- Class of 2019
- Class of 2018
- Class of 2017
- Class of 2016
- Class of 2015
- Class of 2014
- Class of 2013
- Class of 2012
- Class of 2011
- Class of 2010
National Association for Law Placement (NALP) Summary Reports for Loyola (pdfs):
Students and Alumni of Other Law Schools
Requests for services can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by the career services office of the student/graduate's law school in advance of the intended visit. No walk-in requests will be honored. Please see the Loyola Reciprocity Policy for further information. All requests for reciprocity should include the following:
- Email address & phone number
- Name of law school
- Year of graduation
- Date that you would like reciprocity to begin
Loyola Law Students and Alumni
If you are a student or graduate of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, the Office of Career Services will submit a request on your behalf to the law school where you would like reciprocity. Please follow these steps:
- Send an email to email@example.com with your name, email address, graduation year, the name of the law school where you would like reciprocity, and the name and email address of the reciprocity contact person at that school.
- Our office will then send an email requesting access for you. You will be copied on the request email.
- Once you have been granted access to another law school's career services office, it is your responsibility to contact the law school and make arrangements to being using their services.
*Please note that most law schools' reciprocity policies allow for access to only one school in their metropolitan area. As such, please only request access to one school per geographic area at a time.