An NYU Law student speaks to a law firm representative at an Office of Career Services interview program.

One of the privileges New York University School of Law students enjoy is also a challenge: How to choose among the wide range of careers an NYU School of Law degree makes possible. The success of NYU School of Law students in finding jobs in the private sector is well known, as is their success in the world of public service.

Students are assisted in their job search by the most extensive placement program in the country. The Office of Career Services, together with the Public Interest Law Center, organizes numerous recruiting programs, panels and workshops, practice interview programs, and offers individual counseling sessions.

Similar success is enjoyed by students seeking judicial clerkships nationwide. NYU School of Law graduates have clerked at the United States Supreme Court and the International Court of Justice in The Hague. Graduates also obtain positions on the faculties of law schools worldwide.

OCS on the Docket

In anticipation of EIW/the fall recruitment season, law firms around the country will be hosting receptions for rising 2Ls. We encourage you to attend these events to network and learn more about the... more

The OCS is posting webinars to provide discussions of specific EIW preparation concerns. The following webinars can be found at http://www.law.nyu.edu/careerservices/resourcesandforms/videos,... more

Tuesday, May 29 is the deadline to sign-up for the Attorney Interview Match Program (AIM). You may register here. Through AIM, the OCS will attempt to match you with an attorney located in your city... more

Loyola University Chicago School of Law is hosting the 2018 Patent Law Interview Program on Thursday, July 26 and Friday, July 27 in Chiago, Illinois. Student registration closed on March 23. For... more

Please note the following EIW 2018 schedule/employer updates, which are also noted on the CSM Homepage: 2L Schedule/Employer Changes: New Employers or Schedules Sidley Austin NY will now be... more