The Public Interest Peer Mentor Program is one of the many opportunities available at UNC School of Law for incoming students who are considering a public interest career. Applications are due Friday, August 19.
I'm April Giancola, Director of Public Interest Advising, and I want to introduce you to the various programs that support students pursuing a career in public service. Historically, 15-20% of our graduating classes pursue public service employment.
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The staff of the Career Development Office would like to congratulate you on your admission to UNC School of Law. We are excited to partner with you to explore the career options your legal studies will bring.
Whether you're dedicated to serving the needs of the underprivileged or excited about the complexities of a sophisticated mergers and acquisitions practice, we can help as you begin building a rewarding career. See for yourself the diversity of opportunities available on our list of employers of our most recent graduates.
Are you wondering what the job search process will be like at UNC School of Law? 3L students Meriwether Evans, Fallon Speaker and Elliot Franklin talk about the jobs they have lined up after graduation. Assistant Dean for Career Development Brian Lewis explains what makes the Carolina Law Career Development Office special.