Southwestern's Career Services Office (CSO) provides career planning and job counseling services for students and alumni. Throughout the year, the office assists students by offering a variety of career planning workshops and seminars; reviewing student resumes; videotaping mock interviews; and maintaining a career resource library and job listings. In addition to working with many local and national legal offices, the office actively participates in professional legal associations. The Career Services Office also hosts the successful On-Campus Interview Programs each fall and spring.
The Career Services Office staff is available to assist students and recent graduates (1) Identify and evaluate career options and goals; (2) Learn about available practice areas; (3) Prepare for and conduct a job search; and (4) Locate potential employers through on-campus recruitment programs, listings of current job openings, and the student's or graduate's independent employment inquiries.
STUDENTS and ALUMNI: Click here for job search information (please note - registration with the CSO is required first).
Monday through Friday: 9:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Click here for contact information.
Career Services Staff
- Gary J. Greener, Esq. '91 - Senior Associate Dean for Career, Admissions and Financial Aid Services
- Randy Myricks, Esq. - Director
- Katrina M. Denny, Esq. - Senior Assistant Director
- Noreen Berra, Esq. '85 - Career Counselor
- Robin Apodaca - Assistant Director
- Elizabeth Bernstein - Assistant Director
- Nicole Cagampan - Student Services Assistant
Services and Resources
The CSO's services and resources (see links at right) are available to all Southwestern students and recent graduates through the Career Services Office. Please feel free to review these resources and to direct any questions to the Career Services Office staff.
The services and resources of the Career Services Office are available only to currently enrolled students and recent graduates. Therefore, proper identification is required and may be requested by the staff as a precondition to use the services and/or resources of the office.
On a limited basis, Southwestern may request that an ABA law school in another state, or other location in California, allow our students to use the services of that school's Career Services Office, in exchange for Southwestern making such services available to their students. Each request is handled on a case-by-case basis; only one request per student is allowed at a time. The program is closed annually through the fall recruiting season (August 15 - November 15). All reciprocity requests are handled by the Student Services Assistant and approved by the Associate Dean.
The extensive national network of Southwestern alumni serves as a tremendous resource for students as they prepare for their careers. Many graduates come back to present seminars and panel discussions, participate in the mock interview and alumni mentor programs, and conduct clerkship and associate interviews during the biannual on-campus recruitment programs.
Graduate Employment Survey