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Post-Graduate Career Resources

Congratulations on completing Harvard Law School! OCS and OPIA remain available to you for advice throughout your career. Read about our career resources for alumni. 

Congratulations, 1Ls!

Congratulations on completing your 1L year! Now that you are a rising 2L, be on the lookout for our 2L Weekly Bulletins and check out the 2L Guide to Summer Jobs to help you plan your 2L job search.

Rising 2L and Entry-Level Job Search E-Advising Series: How to Make the Most of Your Summer Internship

You have successfully navigated the summer job search, and you begin your internship full of excitement and optimism. But what if, in the middle of your summer, you’re not having the experience you’d hoped for? Perhaps you’re not getting enough work, or enough supervision. Or, maybe you’re getting too much work, or are confused about how to approach a project, or are feeling overwhelmed. Here are some suggestions for addressing some common summer internship challenges students face.

Entry-Level Job Search Strategy Webinar Now Available

Spring of your 3L year is the best time to start preparing for your post-clerkship public interest job search. Watch or listen to the Entry-Level Job Search webinar to get your post-clerkship job search questions about getting started, how to decide what jobs to pursue, what employers are looking for, and how to find job opportunities answered by the knowledgeable OPIA advisers.

Entry-Level Job Search Strategy Webinar Now Available

Spring of your 2L year is the best time to start preparing for your post-graduate public interest job search. Watch or listen to the Entry-Level Job Search webinar to get your entry-level job search questions about getting started, how to decide what jobs to pursue, what employers are looking for, and how to find job opportunities answered by the knowledgeable OPIA advisers.

Upcoming EJW and Skadden Info Sessions

The directors of the EJW and Skadden Fellowships will be holding virtual information sessions on March 19 and April 2 respectively. It is mandatory for you to attend these information sessions if you plan to apply for these fellowships. You are afforded the important opportunity to meet one-on-one with the fellowship directors. Please come prepared for those meetings. For assistance drafting your proposals or deciding which fellowship is right for you, set up an appointment with Judy Murciano or attend Judy’s drop-in hours.

Equal Justice Works Info Session - Tuesday, March 19 at 12:30
Skadden Fellowship Information Session - Tuesday, April 2 at 12:30