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The CDO offers many programs to help you achieve your career goals:

  • 1L Orientation
  • The CDO staff meets with each new entering class to give students a general introduction to the office resources.

  • Individual Counseling
  • CDO staff members are available to meet with students on a one-on-one basis to help with all aspects of career planning. Contact any member of the CDO staff to set up an appointment.

  • Resume Review
  • CDO staff members are available throughout the year to review your resume. We also conduct a resume review program in which volunteer attorneys from small and large law firms review your resume and meet with you one-on-one for suggestions and feedback. These attorneys participate once or twice a year. The CDO also hosts quarterly resume workshops.

  • Mock Interviews
  • Good interviewing skills are essential for an effective job search. Each year, the CDO coordinates a presentation about interviewing skills hosted by an outside law firm. In addition, attorneys from large and small law firms conduct mock interviews to provide constructive comments about your resume and interviewing skills. The goal is to ensure that you "put your best foot forward" during a job interview. Watch for announcements concerning these events.

  • Information about Judicial Clerkship Applications
  • During the Spring quarter, the CDO conducts a program to introduce you to post-graduation judicial clerkships. Some of these presentations include Baylor alums and faculty who share their experiences in the federal or state judicial clerkships they have completed. Handouts detail the clerkship application process and provide contact information about Texas state and federal judges.

  • Fall and Spring OCI, Summer Clerkships & Permanent Employment
  • Each fall and spring, the CDO invites public and private employers to interview students for summer clerkships and permanent employment. The fall program is usually scheduled the week before classes begin in August. If you've never taken part in OCI, you will need to attend a mandatory meeting that provides information about the OCI process, including important deadlines.

  • Bear Essentials--Advice from Working Lawyers
  • This program includes presentations by working lawyers and other experts to guide your professional development. Some presentations give practical advice about job searching; some provide information about different career choices; and others focus on your life as a professional.

Contact Information
CDO OFFICE: 254.710.1210
Angela Cruseturner
Daniel Hare
Monica Wright
Career Development Student Advisory Council
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May 30
    Memorial Day Holiday

July 4
    Independence Day Holiday

July 8
    Classes End

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July 11-15; 18-20
    Exam Period

July 30
    Commencement

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