LL.M./M.S.L./S.J.D. Career Support

Fordham Law students in a clinic simulation course

Students and alumni of Fordham Law's LL.M., M.S.L., and S.J.D. programs receive coordinated career support through the Graduate Professional Development Program, Public Interest Resource Center, and Fordham Law Alumni Association. In addition, students in the LL.M. program may tap into the school's range of experiential learning opportunities, and M.S.L. students may take advantage of the Law School's Externship Program.

  • The GPDP addresses the career planning and professional development needs of Fordham Law School's LLM, MSL, and SJD communities.

    Learn more about the Graduate Professional Development Program.

  • PIRC provides career support to current students and alumni who are seeking internships, fellowships, and entry-level positions with public interest, government, and nonprofit employers.

    Learn more about the Public Interest Resource Center.

  • Fordham Law offers a range of immersive, experiential opportunities for students to develop practical legal skills that prepare them to excel in their legal careers. Learn more about the School’s nationally ranked clinical program and externships.

  • Fordham Law alumni form a vibrant, successful and loyal community. Our 17,000+ alumni work in diverse careers around the globe—from top law firms and leading public interest organizations to some of the world’s top companies. Students enjoy free membership in the Fordham Law Alumni Association and are encouraged to tap into the many networking opportunities available through affinity groups, alumni events, and FLAA worldwide chapters.