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Career Services Resources

Overview

This LibGuide was created by the NCCU Law Library and is designed to assist students and provide quick access to the library's career services related resources.

NCCU's Office of Career Services and Professional Development provides career and professional development assistance to the students and alumni of North Carolina Central University School of Law. They offer a number of programs, workshops, online resources, office resources, and other opportunities to facilitate career and professional development. The Office is located on the main floor of the Law School in Suite 160 across from the Great Hall. 

The office is available to help NCCU Law Students by offering:

  • On Campus Interview programs
  • Job Postings
  • Career Education and Professional Workshops and Programs
  • Resume and Cover Letter Reviews
  • Mock Interviews
  • Job Fairs (local and out of state)
  • Individual assistance with one of our staff members
  • LinkedIn Group
  • Online Resources accessible via Symplicity (our online Career Services Management tool)
  • Professional Networking Opportunities

For more information on NCCU's Office for Career Services visit the Career Services Home Page.

Guide Introduction

The information in this guide is organized into the following pages:

  • Litigation Analytics - Data-driven information on attorneys, judges, courts, and law firms.
  • Print Resources - Career Services resources available in the law library in print.
  • Electronic Resources - Career Services resources available through the law library electronically.