Framework for Success

At UCI Law, we are committed to helping you chart a successful path towards achieving your goals, whatever they may be.  If one of your goals is obtaining a position practicing law in the United States, we stand ready to assist you in the following ways:

Law students at Career Dev Office

Individual Career Counseling

Our staff will meet with you individually to discuss your career-related goals.  We can help you explore a variety of legal career options, realistically assess which options may be best for you and develop a plan to pursue them.  We also offer assistance with preparation of position application materials, including providing resume, cover letter, writing sample, and reference guides.  And we can help you develop networking strategies and prepare for interviews.

Career Education

The legal profession comprises many areas of practice, each requiring distinct knowledge, skills and abilities. Throughout the academic year, we conduct panel discussions, brown bag lunches and workshops covering a broad range of topics, including job search basics, substantive practice overviews and self-assessment.

Access to Career-Related Resources

LL.M. students will have access to our many job search resources, including UCI Law’s online jobs board, Symplicity and other job aggregator subscription sites, and the Career Development Library.

Please note that UCI Law does not provide job placement services to LL.M. students.  Rather, we assist you in exploring career opportunities and shaping your professional development so as to maximize your potential. 

Foreign attorneys should note that practice of law in the United States in any area requires admission to the bar.  Bar admission requirements vary from state to state.  For more information on bar admission requirements, see U.S. Bar Requirements.

Policies

Contact

Khary D. Hornsby
Assistant Dean for LL.M. and International Programs
khornsby@law.uci.edu
(949) 824-4387

Mary Germain
Senior International Programs Administrator
mgermain@law.uci.edu
(949) 824-5335