Academic Careers

2015 Peer-to-Peer Employer Insights

In addition to your employer research, get insider perspectives from 3Ls (Class of 2016) who have generously volunteered their time to answer your questions. More than 150 employers from the following sectors are listed: Law Firms | Judicial | Government | Public Interest | Business | Academic If you are a 3L and would like […]

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After Texas Recruiter Panel and Networking Session on Wednesday, October 1, 2014

After Texas Recruiter Panel and Networking Session is presented by the College of Education’s Career Services Office. Texas Law students interested in academia, corporate, government or nonpracticing careers are welcome to attend. After Texas Recruiter Panel and Networking Session Wednesday, October 1, 2014 6:30-8:00 p.m. in Bellmont 1005 Lobby (map) Topics include: educational background & […]

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Advice on Becoming a Law Professor

Brad Areheart, ‘05, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee College of Law, shares his advice on becoming a law professor. From preparing to be a law professor while in school and after your graduate to how to become a VAP (Visiting Associate Professor), Brad gives UT Law students practical advice on how […]

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New Private Sector Diversity Fellowships & Scholarships

Each year, the CSO receives information about various diversity program opportunities in both the private (law firm/corporate) and public (government/judicial/public interest) sectors. While most of the programs are for 1Ls, there are opportunities for 2Ls, 3Ls, and recent graduates as well. Most applications are due in January and February. The following programs have been added […]

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Navigating the Law Teaching Market

For students and alumni who express interest in becoming a law professor, the process of navigating the law teaching market can be daunting. As with any position, candidates should first understand the nature of the position and then map a job search strategy. If you are interested in a career teaching law, read the article […]

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