You have an array of options in how you use your legal education and training.
We are here to educate you on the diverse career paths open to you as a graduate of University of Baltimore School of Law, and to teach you the job search and networking skills that are critical to your professional development, in law school and beyond.
While the final responsibility for your job search rests with you, we can provide you with expert advice and encouragement each step of the way.
specialize in a range of practice areas as partners and associates at international, national, regional and local law firms.
work as in-house counsel to national and regional corporations, universities and hospitals.
serve as judges and elected political representatives.
protect our system of justice as state and federal prosecutors and public defenders.
help low-income members of our community obtain access to justice as public interest attorneys.
act as the legal advisers to state government agencies as assistant attorneys general.
provide legal advice on federal policy, legislative or regulatory matters as attorneys with federal government agencies.
serve as military officers in the Judge Advocate Corps.
enforce federal and state laws as special agents and other law enforcement professionals.
use their legal education to find professional fulfillment as community activists, lobbyists, public administrators, policy analysts, nonprofit administrators, writers, educators, entrepreneurs, consultants and as countless other alternative career professionals.