The Office of Career & Professional Development staff and job search resources continue to be available to you as alumni. Whether you are just starting out or are making a mid-career transition, we can help you focus your career goals, identify your strengths and opportunities for continued professional development, and connect with alumni and fellow practitioners to secure the position you are seeking. We also help you prepare professional legal resumes, cover letters, and other application materials. We encourage you to use our services and contact us for support at any point in your career.
As a seasoned attorney in solo practice, I unexpectedly faced a potential opportunity that would change my legal career. I walked into the MHSL Career and Professional Development Office seeking information on salary ranges. The Career and Professional Development staff provided me with the information I was seeking, suggested other legal professionals I might want to contact and offered to consult with me further as needed. Throughout a lengthy vetting, interview, and negotiation process, the staff of Career and Professional Development provided invaluable career planning and advising services. I am so grateful for their kindness, availability, guidance, and encouragement. I could not be happier with my experience working with them. — Mitchell Hamline Alumn ’04
Browse and Apply for Jobs
Access our online jobs database Symplicty.
Request Reciprocity for Job Seekers with Other Law Schools
A Mitchell Hamline School of Law alumn may request reciprocity to utilize the career services resources of another participating law school. For more information, read our Reciprocity Policy.
Meet with Career and Professional Development
Schedule a meeting with a Career and Professional Development staff member to discuss your career goals and develop a plan to secure the position you are seeking.
Connect with Other Mitchell Hamline Alumni and Programs
Learn about CLE events for Mitchell Hamline School of Law alumni and other networking opportunities through Alumni Relations.