The Levin Center remains a resource for alumni after graduation. Whether you’re seeking a public interest position after a judicial clerkship or hoping to move from the private sector into a public sector position, please contact one of the Levin Center counselors for assistance. We can help identify prospective employers, connect you with alumni practicing in the same field, review resumes and cover letters, and help you prepare for interviews. We also publish a weekly e-bulletin of public interest job announcements which you can sign up for on the alumni directory website: https://alumni-law.stanford.edu/get/page/groups/overview/?group_id=0038991955.
You may also contact the Office of Career Services for access to our on-line job announcements, assistance in seeking reciprocity from another law school’s career services office, and general job search assistance for private sector job searches.
If you are not already on our list of alumni mentors, please consider joining. We maintain a list of alumni across the country who are willing to provide mentoring to public interest students on a one-on-one basis, typically in the form of phone calls but sometimes in-person meetings when students are visiting or interning in a city. Students interested in particular fields, geographic areas, or in speaking to alumni from similar backgrounds make use of this network to ask questions about career planning, fellowship and clerkship applications, and how to make the most of their law school experience. Simply email Negar Katirai at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to participate.
If you have any internship, fellowship, or employment opportunities, please send them my way and I will include them in our various bulletins to current students and alumni. We publish separate fellowship and jobs bulletins throughout the year and an internship from fall to spring when our students are most actively looking for such opportunities.
Lastly, if you haven’t already, we encourage to sign up on the newly improved alumni directory, which now allows for joining and posting to groups such as your class year group. It also allows you to create your own group and invite others to join.