Legal Employment

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Finding Employment in Law

Indiana Tech Law School works diligently with students to assist them in identifying what type of legal employment interests them most, and then assists them in locating full-time legal employment opportunities following law school graduation. Legal employment takes many forms, and the director of law student services counsels students in identifying the paths that students wish to pursue.

Indiana Tech Law School also interacts with the local and state bar, seeking to provide service to the legal community and provide opportunities for students to engage in externships and other employment opportunities during the second and third year of law school. 

Students also will receive counsel and assistance from the director of law student services in honing skills necessary to successfully apply and interview for employment. The Law School follows the Principles and Standards of the National Association of Law Placement (NALP) and therefore abides by the NALP Rule that “[p]rospective employers and first year law students should not initiate contact with one another and employers should not interview or make offers to first year students before December 1.”