College of Law

Office of Professional Development

Career Services and Professional Development

Our Office of Professional Development (OPD) is dedicated to helping you achieve your career goals. We focus on your professional development starting your first year at Toledo Law. Our attorney-student mentorship program, career-building workshops, interview preparation, job database, and individual career counseling are just a few of the services we offer. Review our law events calendar for OPD events.

Career Compass

A law degree can lead to a successful career in business, government, nonprofit organizations, health care, sports, entertainment, and more. Explore our Career Compass for career maps designed to help you chart your pathway to practice.

Experiential Opportunities

An important part of developing as a legal professional is gaining practical experience. At Toledo Law, there are many experiential opportunities for hands-on learning.

Professional Development Program

Our Professional Development Program (PDP) helps you build your professional identity and network while advancing your career goals and service to the community. We offer a variety of activities and events focused on networking and skills, pro bono awareness, and professional exploration.

Legal Career Network

Students and alumni can also explore our Toledo Law Career Network (TLCN) job portal to search legal job postings and apply for jobs.

Non-Discrimination Policy

The University of Toledo College of Law requires that all employers to whom it furnishes assistance and facilities for interviewing and other placement services observe the principles of non-discrimination and equal opportunity in regard to hiring, promotion, retention, and conditions of employment, as stated below.

The University of Toledo College of Law is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in education, employment, membership and contracts without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, military or veteran status, the presence of a disability, genetic information, familial status, political affiliation and participation in protected activities, except as mandated by pertinent legal requirements. The College of Law will take affirmative action as required or permitted by federal or state law.

Office of Professional Development

Last Updated: 9/26/23