RALEIGH – Campbell Law School’s Career & Professional Development Center will launch a six-week series of lunchtime programming crafted specifically for its first year students on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at noon in room 105. The series includes an introduction to the new Career Center staff and a primer on the current legal job market, Symplicity training, drafting a legal resume, conducting a legal job search, creating an effective cover letter, and tips to improve networking.
Lunch will be provided to attending students throughout the entire series. All sessions will be held on Tuesdays at noon in room 105.
“The legal world is different than any other,” said Campbell Law Career Center Director Kala Taylor. “Legal employers have very specific and strict expectations, and they are unlike anything first-year law students have experienced previous. This six-week series will prepare them to meet those demands and challenges.”
A complete schedule the six week series follows below.
Tuesday, Sept.26: Introduction to the Career Center and the Legal Market
Tuesday, Oct. 3: Symplicity Training Workshop (Job Search, Request Appointments, and More)
Tuesday, Oct. 10: Drafting the Legal Resume
Tuesday, Oct. 24: Conducting the Legal Job Search
Tuesday, Oct.31: Effective Legal Cover Letters: Plead Your Case!
Tuesday, Nov. 7: Networking Workshop: Elevator Pitches and More (feat. Camille Stell with N.C. Lawyers Mutual)