The CSO's experienced counseling team, consisting of licensed attorneys, offers individual counseling sessions to actively assist students in focusing on employment options that best match each student's interests and skills. In addition to covering traditional job search skills such as resume and cover letter critiques and interview preparation, CSO counselors help students create a tailored career roadmap to achieve students' personal career planning and professional development goals. Career counselors are available to meet with students and graduates in person, by telephone and, by Skype™. The CSO team also hosts daily walk-in hours to accommodate questions from students who do not have scheduled counseling appointments.
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Students are able to access a variety of resources in one place, including Admissions, Dual J.D., Financial Aid, Multicultural Affairs, Registrar, and Student Affairs and Services.
For the fifth year in a row, UDM Law 2Ls and 3Ls stepped forward to mentor the Fall 2014 first-year class. Student-to-student mentors help incoming students make the transition to law school, introduce them to new friends, and engage them in the life of the school.