Tulane understands that your preparation for legal practice is just as important, if not more so, than the knowledge you’ll gain in class.
The Career Development Office will work with you closely to help you reach your professional goals at graduation, and it will continue working with you as you progress in your career. Staffed by five professional career counselors, the Career Development Office’s resources are available to all law students and alumni.
Tulane Law also boasts a network of approximately 13,000 alumni throughout the U.S., including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, and another 1,000 in more than 100 countries abroad. That network represents an invaluable resource to you as a student, as our alumni regularly advise and assist students embarking on their first legal jobs and developing their practices.
The hard work pays off. Tulane graduates are hired nationwide, with approximately two-thirds of graduates finding employment outside Louisiana. Young alumni enter a mix of positions in private practice, business enterprises, government agencies, public interest organizations, courts and academia post-graduation.