ABA Career Counsel »
Information and frequently asked questions about finding jobs in the legal profession. Includes job postings and links to Careerbuilder.com for more information on all legal internships, clerkships, and other employment opportunities. Also offers interesting articles on career enhancement.
Looking out-of state? The Office of Career Development & Opportunities has recently joined a consortium of law schools around the country who are willing to share their respective job databases.
Website has a database of over 3,000 jobs for the legal professional as well as resources for career development. Access to database only through paid subscription.
Website has resources for the public, small businesses, and legal professionals as well as current news. Legal Career Center allows jobseekers to search for positions by location or practice area.
Click on “jobs.” This site is a great resource for several law related sites
Hieros Gamos Legal Employment Center »
This legal website includes a legal and lawyer employment center with many helpful articles and tips on job hunting, changing jobs, resumes, and interviews.
Informational Interviewing »
A comprehensive tutorial offered by quintcareers.com. An informational interview should be an integral part of your networking and job-hunting plan. An informational interview involves talking with people who are currently working in the field to gain a better understanding of an occupation or industry – and to build a network of contacts in that field.
JuJu Job Search Engine »
Click on the “legal jobs” button to locate nearly 3000 legal jobs — all over the country. Includes a wide range of practice areas in entry-level and paralegal positions as well as in-house counsel jobs and higher-level opportunities.
LawInfo Career Center »
The LawInfo Career Center is a website where job seekers can post resumes, and create up to five legal job match agents that notify you when a job is posted that matches your search criteria. Registration is free.
Website offers a job board with high tech capabilities and also includes excellent hiring trends information.
Website allows job seekers to post resumes, search jobs and apply online. It also has resources on career advancement, networking and other law-related topics. Job seekers can search positions by location or practice area.
National Association for Legal Career Professionals » NALP is dedicated to facilitating legal career counseling and planning, recruitment and retention, and the professional development of law students and lawyers. Diversity resource center, Career toolkit, and information about opportunities with government, clerkships, and in public interest law.
No password needed. Click on “Public Services Initiatives” to access the Federal Legal Employment Opportunities, or PSLAWNET, click on “Directories” for Directory of Legal Employers, or “Career Paths and Resources” for other helpful information.
Website allows job seekers to post resumes, cover letters, writing samples, and create profiles for submission to subscribing employers free of charge. It also allows job seekers to network with each other, search an employer database, and see statistics about how many times their profile has been viewed.
Westlaw Jobs Online »
Username and password for this website is available on the Password Protected Webpage
Click on “Career and Professional Life” for information on summer positions, special programs for fellowships, honors programs, and judicial clerkships. Programs available nationwide and abroad. Law students can also sign-up to receive JD Carrer Alerts.