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About This Guide

This research guide is intended to support and supplement the information on the ONU Law Career Services Page, and help students find additional resources useful in applying for jobs.

Getting Organized

Download the handout below for great tips for all law students to get organized and plan for job searching.

ONU Law Office of Career Services

     Visit the ONU Law Career Services webpage for important information about your job searching, including services like: On-Campus Interviews, Career Connections, and  Symplicity online job postings

Starting Your Career Search

Before contacting employers to request an informational meeting or interview, you should carefully create the following core materials typically requested by employers. These are the tools you will need to effectively “market” yourself:

• A resume
• A cover letter
• An official or unofficial transcript
• A writing sample
• A list of professional and/or academic references (preferably from three sources)

This guide will help you find resources to compose these documents, and identify several places to search for jobs.

Ordering Transcripts

Ohio Northern University provides electronic transcript service (eTranscript) through The National Student Clearinghouse, a third-party vendor. Electronic transcripts are delivered within 24 hours, but normal processing for mailed transcripts takes two to five days after the request is received, so leave enough time to order transcripts before application deadlines.

For information on ordering transcripts click here.

1L Presentation: 10 Steps to Job Search

See these slides from a recent Career Services Presentation to 1L students about job searching, and ten easy steps to be prepared to find, apply for, and interview for jobs. Useful for 2L and 3L students too!