NYU Public Interest Law Center (PILC)
The Center administers most of the Law School's public interest programs. In addition to its extensive educational programming, PILC provides career counseling, including advice on fellowship and job search strategies for students and alumni. The PILC Web site features, among other things, the Public Interest Alumni Network; information on the annual Public Interest Legal Career Fair; and links to public interest organizations, government agencies and organizations offering fellowships.
PSLawNet (Public Service Law Network Worldwide)www.PSLawNet.org
This Internet-based service is dedicated exclusively to public service employment. Alumni of participating schools can register at no cost. Searches can be done geographically and by specialty to produce lists of organizations or job opportunities. Organizations are broken down into the following categories: government, judiciary, law firm, legal aid/advocacy and cultural/educational. Additional services include email notification of matching jobs, a Résumé bank and confidential representation options. PSLawNet also serves as a clearinghouse for information and resources on legal and law-related post-graduate fellowships, and the preparation and application process that leads to success. NYU School of Law alumni can register to use PSLawNet by logging on to www.pslawnet.org.
Office of Development & Alumni RelationsClick Here
The Office of Development & Alumni Relations offers graduates a forum in which to re-engage, connect and maintain ties long after graduation. Connect to the site for more information on Alumni activities and programs. Alumni are also encouraged to register and update their information on the "online alumni directory" in order to gain access to the vast network of their fellow alumni. This can also be a useful tool when conducting a job search.