The Center for Professional Development & Career Strategy serves as the professional link among students, alumni, and employers, coordinating a full range of services for the employment search process.
Beginning with the first year of study, our staff provides one-on-one advising appointments, training on job search skills, educational programming about the wide range of career paths available to Emory Law students, and development of career resource materials.
We work closely with employers to introduce them to our highly skilled graduates and create networking opportunities that transition students into their chosen career paths.
We provide the structure, oversight, guidance, and resources that enable students to explore their unique professional journeys effectively while leveraging professional development and job search resources to their maximum advantage.
The Center provides services and resources to assist Emory Law graduates who are conducting employment searches or contemplating career changes.
We connect employers and students through our interview programs, online employment postings, career-related panels and presentations, and other networking events.
Emory Law's location in a metropolitan area offers abundant opportunities to study and practice law in the public interest. Emory is associated with The Carter Center, founded to promote democracy and human rights around the world. Atlanta is at the heart of criminal justice reform in the South, with leading organizations such as the Southern Center for Human Rights. The city is also home to the South's largest environmental organization, the Southern Environmental Law Center. Learn more »