Seeking legal employment may be different than any other type of job search you’ve conducted. Our Career Services Office can help you every step of the way by:
- educating you on a variety of legal practice areas and legal alternative options;
- coaching you on how to develop skills necessary to effectively compete in the legal market;
- helping you achieve their summer and post-graduation employment goals;
- connecting students and alumni; and
- serving as an ongoing job resource for Georgia State Law alumni.
What We Offer
- individual career counseling, which begins Nov. 1 for entering first-year students;
- career aids and guides;
- resume and cover letter reviews;
- career workshops, forums, panel presentations and networking events;
- online recruiting tool, Symplicity, which enables students and alumni to view job postings, post resumes and register for interviews and events;
- fall and spring recruitment programs;
- national and regional job fairs;
- Career Services Resource Center, which includes a library, employer information files, employment directories and other career publications; and
- reciprocity services that allow students and alumni to use other law schools’ career services facilities.
Employment Outcomes And Bar Passage Rates
Born and raised in China, Shuang “Carrie” Chang (J.D. ’14) came to the United States with plans to become a scientist. A chance encounter changed… more »
The sixth annual Georgia State Law December graduate luncheon began with a high five and a warm hug for Brittne Ballenger (J.D. ’14). The graduate’s… more »
A sabre fencer turned lawyer is rare, but to Emily Jacobson (J.D./M.B.A. ’14) it makes perfect sense. She found a way to use the skills… more »
For the Class of 2014, Georgia State Law has bar passage rates from July.
Bar Passage Rate July 2014: 93% First-time average: 84.5%
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For the Class of 2013, Georgia State Law has detailed employment data for 194 of its 195 graduates. As of February 2014, the college has… more »