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University of Baltimore School of Law's loyal alumni provide valuable career assistance and advice to students in a variety of ways: they serve as mentors, speak at career development programs, conduct mock interviews, host externs and interns, and more. Please visit Programs and Events to learn how you can volunteer.

Women Lawyers as Leaders

An exciting Law Career Development initiative is the Women Lawyers as Leaders program-- bringing together law students, young alumni, and dynamic women leaders to encourage women lawyers to take control of their careers by openly discussing the challenges they face both at home and at work, and by cultivating their leadership skills through education, peer support, and mentoring.  Learn more.

Virtually all of our services and resources are available to alumni who are looking to make a career change. We use Symplicity, a web-based Career Services Management System. Through Symplicity, you can search job postings, stay informed about upcoming programs, download helpful career resources, and schedule career advising appointments.

Our most popular alumni services include:

Career Advising

We are available throughout the year for one-on-one advising sessions to help recent graduates with their job search. An experienced career adviser will review your resume and cover letter, point you towards helpful resources and people, conduct a mock interview, and work with you to develop a successful job search strategy. You can make an appointment on-line from your Symplicity homepage. Please contact to obtain a login and password. You can also schedule a meeting with a career advisor by contacting us at

Online Alumni Job Postings

Every day we receive numerous job announcements from public and private sector employers nationwide who are looking to hire University of Baltimore alumni. These jobs are posted to Symplicity as we receive them.

Please contact us to receive a login name and password.

Career Resources

As a graduate of the law school, you have full access to our online resource library on Symplicity. You will find a wealth of resource materials, including information on crafting resumes and cover letters, interviewing, networking, federal jobs, practice areas, helpful job search websites, judicial clerkships, and more.