College of Law

Career Compass

A law degree can lead to many different careers in business, in government, and of course, practicing law. Explore our Career Compass for career maps designed to help you chart your pathway to practice.

The career maps will help you learn more about careers in different practice areas; what courses we offer; which student groups or extracurricular opportunities you might get involved in; and which faculty members have expertise in these various areas. Career and scheduling advice also is available from your faculty advisor, associate deans, and the Office of Professional Development.

  1. Business Law
  2. Civil Litigation
  3. Constitutional Law
  4. Criminal Law
  5. Environmental Law
  6. Estate Planning
  7. Family Law
  8. Health Law
  9. Intellectual Property Law
  10. International Law
  11. Labor and Employment Law
  12. Public Service
  13. Solo and Small Firm Practice
Last Updated: 7/3/19