On co-op you’ll focus — and often refocus — your career goals based on diverse and challenging experiences. Put that experience and confidence together with four employer evaluations on your permanent transcript, and you’ll have a real edge in finding full-time employment.

You’ll also have extensive support in finding a job. During your first year of law school, you will be assigned to a Professional Development Advisor in the Center for Co-op and Professional Advancement (CCOPA) who will work with you throughout your three years of law school to design a professional development strategy that includes both co-op and post-graduate planning.  We’ll help you think creatively about your career.

By the time you graduate, you’ll have had the opportunity to assess your skills and interests, refine your resume and fine-tune your interview and job search skills — and you’ll have tested those skills in four separate workplaces.

Through workshops and other targeted programs, we’ll expose you to the many exciting ways you can use your law degree. Whatever your future holds, you’ll be ready.