Center for Career & Professional Development
The mission of the Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD) is to equip law students and alumni with tools and skills essential for career development, to cultivate a life-long commitment to professionalism and community service, and to promote regional and national awareness of the law school’s distinctive program of legal study.
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The Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD) offers a variety of tools and resources to assist you in the job search process including one-on-one counseling document preparation assistance, and opportunities to network with local attorneys.
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The Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD) strives to develop mutually beneficial relationships between legal professionals and the law school. We believe our students will make a valuable contribution to individuals and organizations that choose to take advantage of their skills, knowledge, and interest in the law.
To help you gain a greater understanding of the student body and the law school's unique program of legal study, we invite you to review the Class Profiles. We also have available for download a white paper describing in detail the law school's unique Lawyering Skills program.
CCPD offers employers numerous tools and resources to assist you in recruiting Liberty University School of Law students. We are here to help you publicize opportunities with your organization whether you seek students for part-time research or full-time employment. If you would like to recruit our students through an on-campus interview, job posting, or our resúmé collection service, please fill out the appropriate form below and sign the Nondiscrimination Statement.
Please let us know if you need any additional information to help you evaluate students from Liberty University School of Law.