The Office of Career Services at Vermont Law School provides students support and training throughout their time as a student at VLS. Services include assistance finding employment for post-graduation, access to job resources, career advising and counseling, assistance with letters of recommendation, interview tips and practice sessions, cover letter and resume writing, and more.
Vermont Law School graduates develop meaningful and influential careers throughout the United States and abroad, with governments, NGOs, and leading law firms. Read how the knowledge, experience, and connections they developed at VLS helped them create the careers they chose.
Career planning at Vermont Law School begins as soon as students begin their studies, either on campus or online. Students are assigned an individual counselor to help develop a long-term plan that leads to a successful and meaningful career.
Each year, Vermont Law School reports employment statistics of their most recent graduating class ten months after graduation to the American Bar Association (ABA).