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Resources for students
Fall Resume Books for Upper Level Students
The Career Center often receives requests from alumni and employers of all types for resumes of students interested in certain practice areas or geographic markets. These alumni and employers may seek these resumes for internships, full-time positions, networking, mentoring or other professional opportunities. When the Career Center receives these requests, we will rely on the resumes in the Resume Books as a primary resource for sharing student resumes.
1Ls: Save the Date
“How I Got My 1L Summer Job” will be held on November 4 at 12:15 pm in L301. Come hear from 2Ls about how they secured their summer jobs last summer in a variety of areas such as judicial internships, federal government agency internships, criminal law internships, private law firms and public interest organizations.
A workbook for career decision-making
A Law Student’s Guide to Strategic Career Management: Tools for Career Decision Making, Satisfaction and Success is a workbook provided by The NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education for GW Law students to help guide you through self-assessment and making good career decisions. This resource requires you to log-in to the GW Law portal.
Resources for Research
Information on practice areas, practice settings, and links to job posting sites.