Meredith Career Services Center
The Meredith Career Services Center provides individual attention to each student and continues these services throughout their professional career. Through a variety of resources and programs, Career Services helps students assess their career goals, explore job opportunities with a law degree, and make the transition from law school to a professional career.
WVU Law’s combination of classroom and clinical experiences ensures solid preparation for future careers. Our career services programs are dedicated to successful employment outcomes and helping students find satisfying employment after graduation. Our strong career support enhances our quality law programs, resulting in our students’ success in finding jobs.
WVU Law Employment Rates (ABA): 62.6% Bar Passage Required Jobs; 13.9% J.D. Advantage Jobs
(Class of 2016, 10 months after graduation)
Extensive Career Support
The Career Services Center staff provides career counseling, workshops for resumé preparation and cover letter writing, and individual practice interviews. The full range of career services includes the following:
Access to Symplicity, Career Services Manager
- On-campus interviews and candidate-employer contacts
- Individual and group career counseling
- Mock interviews
- Individual résumé and cover letter review
- Professional attire and etiquette dinner workshops
- Workshops on traditional and nontraditional career opportunities
- Career resource library
- Access to additional job search tool
775 Registered employers who want to hire WVU Law graduates.
503 Job postings this academic year in addition to on-campus interviews & clerkships.
10.85% of WVU Law graduates are employed by The National Law Journal Top 250 Firms. Only eight of those firms have offices in West Virginia.
A- Best Law Schools 2013: Employment Grade ( preLaw Magazine)