The School of Law's interest in your career development and advancement does not end with your graduation. The Career Development Office (CDO) provides a number of services to help you with job searches and transitions throughout your career. These services include:
Please contact us if you would like more information or to request assistance.
The CDO has access to job databases and research tools to help you with your job search.
Mizzou Law Job Bank: The Mizzou Law Job Bank, commonly referred to as Symplicity, contains numerous job postings for attorneys in Missouri and nationwide. The postings are password protected and only accessible after you have registered and created an account. If you have any trouble registering or creating an account, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CareerShift: CareerShift is a job search engine that compiles thousands of legal, quasi-legal and non-legal jobs nationwide. If you have any trouble registering or creating an account, please contact the CDO.
Access to Job Postings at Other Law Schools: Through a process referred to as ‘reciprocity’, we can make a request on your behalf for you to have access to job postings at another law school. This service is limited to law schools outside of Missouri. In addition, not all law schools provide this service, and most have restrictions on when and to whom it is provided. Please contact the CDO if you would like additional information..
Stay Connected: Our alumni are one of our most valuable resources and we want to hear from you.
Mizzou Law Professional Network: The CDO maintains a LinkedIn Group exclusively for law school students, alumni, faculty and staff. This is fantastic way to let you us know what you are doing, develop new contacts and stay in touch with the law school community.
Alumni Directory: Please update your contact and employment information in the law school’s online alumni directory. You can update your information online or by contacting the Office of Advancement at 573-882-4374.
Finally, please stop in and say hello if you are in Columbia or on campus. We always welcome a visit!