Acing Your Interviews: Ask and You Shall Succeed!
— Kaitlin Riley, JD'14
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The mission of the Office of Career and Professional Development is to give Indiana Law students the tools you need to maximize your marketability and success. Here's how we help.
More than half of our graduates find careers outside of Indiana, working in all 50 states and in more than 30 countries. The majority of our graduates outside Indiana work in Illinois, California, Michigan, Florida, Washington, D.C., Ohio, New York, and Texas.
If you are a law student from another school who is visiting Indiana Law, we will make many of our resources available to you. Read more about our reciprocity policy.
The many opportunities available at Indiana Law—vigorous career planning and professional development guidance, top clinics, internships, externships, and study abroad opportunities—ensure that our students enter the legal profession with confidence. Find out more about our employment statistics.
Each year, dozens of top employers come to Indiana Law’s campus to interview JD students, and our students have many opportunities to attend on-location recruiting events in cities such as Chicago, Louisville, and Washington, D.C. Learn more about the companies and firms that recruit Indiana Law students.
Let our staff help you find a job, a clerkship, externship, fellowship, or internship. Our online resources can provide you with all of the online career planning resources you need in one place.
Here are some of the services you can use:
The Office of Career and Professional Development offers helpful workshops throughout the year that include mock job interviews, job search strategies, and networking lunches with lawyers from Indiana and beyond.
Indiana University Maurer School of Law is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in recruiting and employment regardless of gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, race or ethnic orientation. Law School facilities are open only to employers whose practices support this policy. A sole exception to the nondiscrimination policy is granted to representatives of the U.S. military uniformed services. Under threat of loss of funding to the University, this exception will be in effect while the April 1997 DoD Interim regulations implementing the military recruiting provisions of the Omnibus Funding Bill of 1997 and the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1996 and 1995 are in force.