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Resources Galore

Outside Resources

  • Destination Public Interest Webinar
    NALP presents "Destination Public Interest: Landing the Ideal Public Interest Job.” This webinar, designed for 3Ls and recent graduates who are pursuing public interest jobs, offers best practices and tips in the areas of cover letter and résumé drafting, as well as interviewing and professional networking.
  • Self Assessment Questions
    Some advice from our friends at Harvard.

Powerpoints & Documents

Important "how to"s along with some "do"s and "don't"s. More can be found on th career services website, located here.


Podcasts to Follow

These podcasts are brought to you by the career services office of SUNY Buffalo Law School.

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Additional CSO Services

The CSO staff is always willing to meet with students on an individual basis; indeed, we strongly encourage it! All job searches are unique, and the very highest quality service we can provide is one tailored to your individual situation.

The CSO staff meets with students and alumni on a regular basis and can review resumes and letters, coach you on interviewing techniques, help develop personalized strategies and serve as liaisons with the alumni. They are also here to support and encourage you through what can be a frustrating and confusing process.

Along with the resources presented on this page you can request one-on-one sessions.  Topics that can be discussed include:

  • Symplicity Training
  • Resume Writing
  • Cover Letter Training
  • "How to Work a Room"
  • Interview Peer Pratice
  • 1L/2L/3L Job Search
  • Networking
  • Long-Distance Job Search
  • Government Job Search
  • International Job Search
  • Alternative Careers
  • Written and/or Social Etiquette

To schedule one of these appointments you can log into Symplicity or fill out the form located here.


New York City Bar Podcasts

These podcasts are brought to you by the NYC Bar.

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