Your academic and professional development starts when you arrive and doesn't end at the classroom door or upon graduation.
Joining the Loyola community creates a lifelong connection crossing both personal and professional boundaries. Loyola alumni are over 12,000 strong and practice throughout the U.S. in government, public interest organizations, law firms, corporations, consulting firms, non-profits, and the judiciary. Many of our alumni live and work in the Chicago area and devote much of their time to mentoring our students while they attend law school.
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Help for your Professional Transition
Loyola’s Office of Career Services helps law students and alumni assess career goals, explore the many and varied applications of a legal education, and make the transition from school to a professional career or career enhancement through services such as:
- Career Counseling
- Interview Preparations
- Resume and Cover Letter Review
- Access to Job Fairs
- Judicial Clerkship Information
- On-line Job Postings and Career Resources
- Speakers and Practice Area Panels
- Career-Related Publications, Newspapers, and Websites
Learn more about the Office of Career Services.