Shortly after arriving at Penn State Law, every student can access a career planning and development professional who provides career navigation help specifically for LL.M. students. In addition to helping students identify their interests and strengths, the career professionals at Penn State Law are dedicated to connecting students to the resources and knowledge they need. The Career office also participates in the LL.M. Job Fair in New York where students are able to connect with employers.
Graduates of Penn State Law enjoy access to the Penn State Alumni Association, the largest dues-paying alumni organization in the world, with more than 570,000 members around the globe. Here are just a few profiles of LL.M. alumni.
Individual Services for Penn State Law LL.M. Students
- Career counseling and workshops
- Professional development
- Résumé and cover letter review
- Mock interviews
- Self assessment, including the Myers Briggs Inventory
- LL.M. students are encouraged to seek advice from our excellent faculty
- Depending on their immigration status, LL.M. students may work as research assistants for Penn State Law faculty
- Optional Practical Training and and Career and Professional Training information from the Office of Global Programs
- Judicial Observation Internship
The Law School and Penn State University have a wide range of additional resources.
To support LL.M. students in their ongoing professional development, Penn State Law offers a series of free workshops. The series covers a wide range of topics from interviewing skills to academic success.