Graduate Career Student Services

Welcome to Graduate Career and Professional Development. We provide Georgetown Law LL.M. candidates with a wide range of job search, career planning, and professional development services, including:

  • Career-related advice provided in-person during our Counseling Appointments and Drop-In Hours in the Graduate Programs office (on the fifth floor of the Hotung building in Suite 5000);

  • Small group workshops on job search strategies, resumes, cover letters, interviewing and networking skills

  • A select list of current networking events and job postings provided on a weekly basis through Graduate Connections, our news and information platform

  • Introductions to recruiters and practitioners from Washington, D.C., metro area law firms, accounting firms, corporations, U.S. government agencies, not-for-profit organizations, consulting firms, and multilateral organizations

  • Job Search Resources, an organized compilation of links, indices, and databases providing useful career planning information, listings of job openings, and contact and networking information across a wide range of practice fields and environments

  • Resume and cover letter review, starting the week after Orientation and throughout the academic year for currently enrolled LL.M. students. 

  • Speaker series and events, including presentations from distinguished alumni

  • Online database of job postings on Symplicity, the Law Center's jobs database for students and alumni

  • Preparation for students participating in interview programs, specifically the International Student Interview Program (ISIP) and the Taxation Interview Program (TIP)

  • A Graduate Career and Professional Development-generated Spring U.S. Regional Resume Collection and International Resume Collection, which will provide the opportunity for students to have their resumes sent to employers all over the world. The U.S. Regional Resume Collection covers all fifty states, divided into East Coast, West Coast, Midwest and South regions. The listing of the countries covered by the Spring International Resume Collection, includes each one of the jurisdictions represented each year by the LL.M. students.

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