The Career & Professional Development Center team is available to provide general assistance to alumni seeking advice. Typical support involves counseling about goals and directions; advice on how to initiate and conduct a search; feedback on resumes; advice on how to position professional experience as strongly as possible; interview preparation; evaluating opportunities; and more.
To get started, call or email the Career Center Coordinator at (919) 613-7031 or email@example.com to get access to resources or to make an appointment to speak with a counselor.
Academia and Clerkships
If you are contemplating a career move to academia or are interested in pursuing judicial clerkship opportunities, please note the following targeted resources:
- Academic Job Market: Alumni interested in the teaching market should consult the Academic Career Support page and the Visiting Assistant Professor program.
- Judicial Clerkships: Alumni considering clerkships or having questions about applying should send an eMail to firstname.lastname@example.org for our Clerkship Office with the subject of “Judicial Clerkship Inquiry”.
Job Postings Online
The Career Center Coordinator can provide you with the password to access Symplicity, our online job bank.
The Alumni Network
Duke Law alumni can take advantage of the entire Duke network by registering for the University’s online directory: https://alumni.duke.edu/discover/people In addition, thousands of graduates are part of the Duke Law Alumni group on Linkedin that you can also join as a member of LinkedIn.
The Career & Professional Development Center seeks alumni volunteers to serve in a variety of capacities, including as mentors, mock interviewers, and panelists and presenters at professional development programs.
If you are interested in volunteering, please send an email to email@example.com, and include a short statement of interest.