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If you are considering a change in your career, we can help. Whether you are a recent grad seeking your first job or are an experienced professional seeking something new, we can help you develop a job search plan; review your application materials; and help you find relevant positions. In addition, we work with the Alumni Office to help connect you to other graduates for networking or inside information on possible jobs. Specific services are detailed below, but please reach out to us to get the process started.

To access information about obtaining a copy of your transcript and /or reciprocity , please click on the links in the navigation bar to the right.


We will work with you individually to help develop a customized strategic plan for your next career move. Whether we end up serving as a one-time sounding board or play a more involved role helping you explore different career options, we operate on the assumption that it is hard to move forward without a plan.

To schedule a telephone or in-person appointment, call 802-831-1243 or email Susan Doheny at to schedule an appointment.


It is easy to forget how important your application materials are in the alumni job search. We will help you identify and define your strengths and then capture them in your application materials for particular positions.


We will help you identify posted positions as well as help you find additional opportunities through networking and outreach.

All graduates may join the Vermont Law and Graduate School Alumni group on LinkedIn for networking and our Career Services group on Facebook where we post jobs on a daily basis. This is a closed group so you will need to request to be added. In addition, you have access to Symplicity, where we post jobs for current students and graduates with less than 5 years of experience. Symplicity also contains links to password-protected employment websites we subscribe to that reference specific subject matter such as Environmental Career Opportunities and PSJD (public interest jobs). Call the office of Career Services at 802-831-1243 or email Shelly Parker at to get your password.