The Office of Career and Professional Development offers a wide array of services for alumni. We offer career guidance and job search assistance to recent graduates, avenues for recruiting future grads with your current employer, ways to network with current students, and information for career changers.
  • For Alumni Searching For Jobs

    Appointments - Alumni searching for jobs can make in-person and telephone appointments for cover letter reviews, resume critiques, job search targeting, and professional networking assistance. Please contact our office at 202-319-5132 to schedule an appointment.

    Online Resources - A variety of online resources for alumni are available, including access to our Symplicity jobs database, the NALP Directory of Legal Employers, InterviewStream (an online interview practice site) and GoinGlobal (a database for international positions). Click here for a complete listing.

  • For Alumni Looking to Hire Catholic Law Students/Graduates

    Alumni can easily connect to current students by posting opportunities through the Employer Portal of Symplicity. Simply create a username and account, and the post opportunities for free whenever you have positions available. Our office can also provide targeted marketing to students based on the information provided in the posting.

    Positions can also be emailed to and our office can post them in Symplicity on your behalf.

  • For Alumni Interested in Mentorship and Networking Opportunities

    The Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America is proud to offer the CUA Law Advantage Mentor Program. The program connects Catholic Law students with graduates who will act as a source of assistance and counsel throughout their law school experience. Mentors share general or expert knowledge, provide real-world insight into the practice of law, guide students in defining and embracing their role as a future lawyer, and serve as role models in dealing with clients, colleagues, the courts, and the community.

    For alumni hoping to network with current students, a number of individualized opportunities are available on a case-by-case basis. Past events have included evening networking events, lunches hosted at area restaurants, and evening informational programming. If you are interested in learning more or offering students an opportunity hosted by your employer, please contact the Office of Career and Professional Development, at 202-319-5132 or by email at