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Career Services

Current Students

Building your legal career

From the moment you attend your first day at ASU Law, you will receive career development guidance and resources to contribute to your post-graduation success. And, even before you arrive on campus, ASU Law's admitted students can begin accessing our career development tools.

Current Juris Doctor, JD students

current opportunities


During your first semester of your 1L year, plan to make an appointment with a team member in Career Services to discuss your career goals and review your resume together. 1Ls are also encouraged to start attending panels, on-campus events and off-campus informational coffees to meet and connect with lawyers in the community. Students should also browse Atlas, the Career Services employment portal, to see all available resources, including resume templates, employer research and cover letter examples.


Throughout your law school experience, it is important to cultivate your relationship with the Career Services office. This includes continuing to take advantage of one-on-one counseling, resume and cover letter review, and applying for internship and externship opportunities via Atlas. These real-world, practical experiences offered each semester can offer a variety of rewarding opportunities that can help expand a student's legal network, potentially leading to post-graduate employment. These opportunities can vary from judicial, government, and public interest externships to experiences with small and large firms.


As a 3L, you will continue to benefit from the Career Services office in targeted ways. 3L students have access to a dedicated career counselor to assist with interview prep, application materials, and job search questions. In addition to a career counselor, Career Services also hosts an On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) event for 3Ls to assist with post-graduation employment.

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Current Master of Sports Law and Business, MSLB students

Current MSLB students have access to the following services.

MSLB career advising:

Job/internship/volunteer opportunities and how to apply:

  • Graduate Assistant info coming soon

Current Legal Masters Students

Current Master of Legal Studies (MLS) and Master of Human Resources and Employment Law (MHREL) students have access to the following services:

Career coaching

Career coaching is based on where you are on your career journey. Whether you’re ready to initiate a job search, polish your resume, fine-tune your networking skills or prepare for an interview, career services can assist you with moving forward.

Resume and cover letter review

Well-prepared application materials make all the difference when seeking an interview. Career Services can assist you with creating customized, accomplishment-focused documents to help you stand out among other applicants.

Interview prep

From planning out logistics, prepping for questions, to mock interviewing, Career Services can assist you with putting your best foot forward in an interview.

Internship guidance

Though not required for these degree programs, internships can provide valuable experiential learning opportunities. Career Services can assist you with earning credit for your internship and determining what makes a worthwhile experience.

Get started today!

Contact Sarah Hipolito, assistant director, Legal Masters Career Services at, or schedule an appointment.

Current Master of Laws, LLM students 

Each LLM student's journey is unique. Contact your academic advisor for guidance on what Career Services are best suited for your path.

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Alumni and employers


All ASU Law alumni have access to the Career Services office as well as various online resources available through Atlas. From making a career change to hiring current students for externships and post-graduate careers, our Alumni enjoy valuable services to enhance their career journeys.


All Alumni have access to Atlas where they can access job postings as well as online resources. Alumni can access Atlas using the same log-in information from their time as a student. If you did not have access to Atlas as a student, please complete the Atlas registration form with your information. Once we have completed your registration, we will send an email with information on how to access the system. You will need an ASURITE ID. If you're a former ASU student and want to obtain an ASURITE UserID, please call 855-278-5080. Please be prepared to answer appropriate questions about yourself so they can match and verify your identity to your student records.


The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is the #1 law school in Arizona. We offer multiple ways for employers to engage with or hire our students, including the traditional on-campus interview and our job board. Our goal is to facilitate connections between our law students, graduates and your organization through job postings, information sessions, events and more.

Our online job posting site, Atlas, is a great way to attract ASU Law students and alumni candidates by tailoring your job description to your exact needs. Establishing an Atlas account enables you to receive and manage resumes and other application materials at no cost.

Annual employment recruiting events

The Career Services office offers a robust and comprehensive series of employment events annually beginning in January and running throughout the spring semester. All students, regardless of year, class rank or GPA, are eligible to participate in any and all the events.

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