Alumni Career Services
The Law School's Office of Career Services and Professional Development offers support to alumni who are job hunting, looking to make a career change or need counseling on subjects from resume writing to interview skills.
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The Law School's Clerkship Office is available to assist you in all of the ways that it assists current students. The office provides individualized counseling, help processing and mailing applications, and access to Columbia Law School's online databases and resources. Alumni considering applying for clerkships should email Anne E. Green (Director of Academic Counseling and Judicial Programming) or call 212-854-7269.
Public Interest Work
The Social Justice Initiatives program provides alumni access to the center's employment resources, including an alumni database and public interest career advising. SJI pursues fellowship opportunities and conducts job searches for alumni seeking a position in the public or government sectors.
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Alumni Academic Records
Columbia University's Office of the Registrar provides a number of different services relating to academic records, including replacement diplomas, transcripts, information on state bar exams, Columbia Law School degree verification, and national student Clearinghouse verification.
Request Academic Records
Online Job Listings
Access our online job listings, available free of charge to all Columbia Law School graduates. Job listings are updated daily and are a great way to advertise or find a job.
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