You are here
Information For Alumni
In the fall of 2011, we launched a new alumni webinar series.
2011 New Graduate Series: Reinvigorating your Job Search
Thursday, January 19, 2012, 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
To view the recordings of these recent live webinar programs, simply click the links below:
2011 New Graduate Series: The Bar Results are in, Now What?
Recorded Thursday, November 17, 2011
Government Job Search
Recorded Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Managing Educational Debt and the CCRAA
Recorded Thursday, October 6, 2011
CCPD Resources and Job Search Refresher for Alumni and Students
Recorded Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Applying to Clerkships as an Alum’
Recorded September 1, 2011
Welcome to the alumni career services section of the Center for Career and Professional Development website! We hope that you will find it easy to use and will view it as a valuable resource in your career, whether you are seeking a change of position or general career advice.
Alumni career needs, whether for new graduates or experienced attorneys differ from those of current students. Our goal - through individual counseling sessions, alumni-specific career programming, employer and search firm outreach, continuous research regarding various career resources, and the ongoing development of this website - is to address these needs. We have successfully assisted hundreds of alumni with career transitions as well as general career goals and counseling. We maintain lists of legal recruiters and other tools for job searching in NY and other jurisdictions; please contact the CCPD at 914-422-4217 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
In addition to working with on your professional goals, we would also would be delighted to have you partner with us as part of our Mentor Program. As a participant in this program, you have the opportunity to share your expertise, perspective and advice with current students, who are in the process of trying to determine where they want to take their careers. You can volunteer your time in several ways: as a mentor, mock interviewer, program panelist, informational interviewer, and/or as a part of contact at your employer.
Returning to Work?
In response to increasing numbers of Pace alumni and other attorneys who have taken a break from practice and who are now interested in returning, or entering practice for the first time, Pace Law School created New Directions for Attorneys. The Program includes substantive law practice skills, including an externship. For further information on this program, please visit www.law.pace.edu/newdirections.