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Research Materials to "Launch Your Career": Career Services

Guide for researching future employers, finding information on law firms and lawyers, and library resources for finding a job, preparing for an interview, and starting a legal career.

Career Services

Career Services offers tools for professional development from the beginning of law school through retirement. Here are some of the resources available to students (direct links to Career Services webpages):

Career Paths- Explore the legal career path that is right for you.

Job Search- Start your job search, explore job search strategies.

Applying and Interviewing- Use student login for resources, interviewing and application material tips.

Externships- Find information about externship opportunities and requirements.

Networking- Order student business cards and build your professional network.

Professionalism- Resources on how to succeed in your new profession.

Recruitment- Learn about the three job fairs we offer to match you with summer and post-grad opportunities.

Programs- Take advantage of the many programs we offer to help law students jump-start their careers.

Evening Students

Frequently Asked Questions about how evening students can effectively use career services.


Alumni Services- Career Services continues to provide professional development tools, even upon graduation. Alumni services provides links to career connect and information on the alumni network.

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Career Services

Contact Lewis & Clark Law School's Career Services for further information or to set up an appointment.

Career Services is available:

Monday- Thursday 9:00am- 5:00pm

Friday 9:00am- 4:00pm

Make an appointment with a Career Services Advisor through Career Connect's appointments feature, by calling 503.768.6608, or emailing

You can e-mail Career Services your most recent resume prior to your appointment. August, September, January, and February are typically busy, so plan ahead.