Your goal in constructing your resume is to create an effective marketing tool. It should be a fluid document which changes as you earn degrees, gain professional experience and acquire new interests and career directions. Employers often spend less than a minute looking at each resume when they first receive it – so a well-organized, informative document is critical to your job search.
Below are general guidelines to help you create a visually powerful resume that best reflects your strengths and accomplishments and enables you to land job offers with your top choice public interest employers.
We also encourage you to view the OCS/OPIA Resume Workshop video.
After following these guidelines, current students, admitted LL.M.s, and alumni may submit their resumes, cover letters, fellowship application materials, and other application materials for review by an OPIA advisor (after October 15 for 1Ls).