This guide provides a selective overview of career resources material available through the Moritz Law Library. You will find resources for every stage of the job search process, from choosing a practice area to interviewing to settling into a new position. Best of luck in your job search!
We encourage Moritz law students seeking career advice to contact the Career Development Office. At their website, you will find job opportunities, videos, ways to identify your strengths, and more. The Career Services Handbook is a great starting point.
If you have questions, be sure to consult the Career Development staff.
Career Resources books can be found in several places in the Moritz Law Library. Due to COVID-19, all library stacks are closed for students, faculty, and staff. Requests may be placed in the library catalog and library staff will pull items for you or scan pages of books for you. When your request is ready, an email notification will be sent to you.
Searching the library catalog is often a good place to start any research. The main subject heading for law career resources is "Law-Vocational Guidance--U.S." Key words work, too. For example, if you want to work in environmental law, try this search: careers in environmental law.
Moritz library users have access to three catalogs:
Need help? See these basic catalog tips.