Students

Student Professional Development

Student Professional Development creates and supports professional information programming for the law student population.  40+ annual workshops include programs about law practice specialties and employment settings, as well as networking events and core competency skills trainings.  Additionally, Student Professional Development maintains online and hard copy career and professional information resources.


 

Small photo of collaboration in the Rusk Library

Explore the Profession

Student Professional Development offers information and resources about various careers in law practice, including Government and Public Interest PracticePrivate Law Firm PracticeCorporate Counsel, and Alternative Uses of the Law Degree.  Learn more about practice specialties by exploring Law Practice Specialty information.

Professional Preparations

Many services and resources are offered by Student Professional Development including Mock InterviewsBusiness EtiquetteMentor MatchingNetwork BuildingBar Exam Information, Preparing for Graduation Information, and Loan Repayment and Debt Management Information.

Profiles in Practice

Alumni and other attorneys share brief biographies and advice for students interested in their career paths. View profiles in practice.

Contact

 

Career Development

Susan J. Wilson, Executive Director

 

Career Services

David O'Brien, Director

Kristin Strunk Lowry, Associate Director

Laura E. Woodson, Associate Director

Robbie Eddins, Interview & Symplicity Coordinator 706-542-7568, eddins@uga.edu

 

Student Professional Development

Beth Shackleford, Director

 

Upcoming Professional Development Events


Student Professional Development Insights

 

Student Debt Management

There are helpful ways to structure debt and manage loans, and there is support available to those pursuing careers in public service or managing debt payments on lower salaries.

 

 

Bar Exam Information

Bar exam registration procedures and dates vary across jurisdictions.  Discounts may be given for those registering early, including 1L and 2L registrants, so check these sites for requirements on fitness and examination registration.