Office of Graduate Careers offers one-on-one counseling appointments for LL.M. students and alumni. Each of our career advisors will be available during select hours each week to meet with you. During an appointment, you may ask an advisor about job search strategies, discuss comments that you have received on your resume or cover letter, and seek advice on any other career or professional development issue.
To set up an appointment, you will need to use Acuity Scheduling, our online scheduling program. Once you arrive on Acuity Scheduling, the system will ask you which type of appointment you would like to schedule.
Due to Georgetown University’s decision to transition to a virtual learning environment beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, all counseling appointments will be conducted remotely via Zoom or phone call. A link for Zoom will be sent in your confirmation e-mail after you have scheduled your appointment.
For part-time LL.M. students and other students who may be working during the day, we encourage you to book an appointment with us using Acuity Scheduling and note that you will need to conduct it over the phone. If you must make an appointment outside of working hours, please e-mail us at the Office of Graduate Careers to set up an appointment outside of this scheduling system.
For quick questions, we offer Drop-In Hours from noon to 1:00 p.m. over Zoom. Drop-In Hours are held daily during the academic year. Please check the calendar on our main page for any changes to our schedule.
- For questions regarding receiving course credit for and/or the procedure for getting approval of an externship, please contact Molly Jackson, the Externship Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.
- J.D. students should make an appointment with an advisor in OCS or OPICS. The Office of Graduate Careers serves LL.M. students and alumni.
For your first visit to Office of Graduate Careers and if you have questions related to the job search process, resumes and cover letters, networking and informational interviewing, or other related topics.
If you have previously met with a career advisor and you have questions about the job search process, resumes and cover letters, networking and informational interviewing, or other related topics that have arisen since your earlier appointment.
If you wish to sit down with a career advisor for a brief mock interview. An advisor will ask you some typical interview questions and provide you feedback regarding the substance of your answers, your speaking style, and your demeanor. While you may make a Mock Interview Appointment any time, it is most useful to meet with an advisor before a scheduled interview.
If you wish to record your mock interview with a career advisor and have it reviewed by Mari Sakai, lecturer of Legal English and Assistant Director of the Two-Year LL.M. Program. You will meet with a career advisor who will ask you some typical interview questions and provide you feedback regarding the substance of your answers, your speaking style, and your demeanor. You will then email your recording to Professor Sakai (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will schedule a time to meet with you, listen to the recording, and offer additional language and oral communication support (e.g., pronunciation, word choice, grammar, small talk) to improve your interviewing skills.
If you have graduated from the LL.M. program and looking for general job search guidance. Students expecting to graduate in the 2020-2021 academic year or later should NOT schedule this option.
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