The Judicial Clerkship Program provides continuing counseling support and resources for those pursuing a lateral judicial clerkship as some judges specifically want clerks who have previous legal work experience. Additionally, information and resources are available to help you establish your career in academia. We can connect you with members of our faculty for additional assistance.
Texas Law continues to support former students of Texas Law in your post-graduate endeavors. Please be sure to update your contact information for information and opportunities that may interest you.
Texas Law Official Request Form with your UT EID
Proof of enrollment/good standing, proof of graduation, unofficial transcript, etc. using your UT EID.
Texas Law Official Request Form without UT EID
Proof of enrollment/good standing, proof of graduation, unofficial transcript, etc. if you have forgotten your UT EID.
Complete the PDF fillable form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Resources for Alumni
Career Counseling Request
If you have graduated from Texas Law within the past three years, the Career Services Office offers counseling during non-peak times when CSO resources are not fully dedicated to current students and graduates of the most recent graduating class.
Job Bank - Login
The CSO Job Bank on Texas Law Symplicity is available to Texas Law alumni at no cost, and contains lateral legal and non-legal job postings. To request access, please send your name (or former name while in law school), UT-EID, graduation year, and email address to email@example.com. Visit the UT-EID page to retrieve or obtain a UT-EID if needed.
Job Search Resources
The CSO has several online resources to help you develop your application materials and job search strategy, search for postings nationwide, research employers, connect with placement and coaching professionals, and network with Texas Law alumni.
Judicial Clerkships and Academia
Update Your Information
Attention: As detailed on the UTmail Storage Reduction page, your “@utexas.edu” email address will be archived and deleted if it’s left inactive for 365 days. If you no longer have your “@utexas.edu” email, please update your contact information today.