Your Employability support does not end after your course finishes; former University of Law students continue to have access to a range of services.
Access to hundreds of vacancies every month on our vacancy database
Our Vacancy database is available to all former students. Every month, we advertise hundreds of vacancies including paralegal roles and training opportunities. Make sure your email alert preferences are set to continue to receive notification of new vacancies.
Career Adviser support via the Employability portal
For a year after completing your course, you can continue to access personalised one-to-one support from one of our careers advisers. We can help with any issues including CV or application guidance, interview preparation, or career direction, whether you are following a legal-related or non-law career. Support is offered via email only.
Sign in for the first time or re-register as an alumni to book an appointment via the Employability Portal, here.
The University of Law Employability Network on LinkedIn
Join our new Employability Network on LinkedIn for networking with former classmates, employers, pro bono organisations and Employability staff as well as learning about employability news topics, initiatives and events.
Our award-winning Student Employability Programme (StEP) tailored to a legal career
Find detailed information and videos on researching legal careers, writing CVs, preparing for interviews and more in our ten-step programme.
Our Employment Promise
If you are an LPC graduate who started within the period September 2015 – September 2017, you may qualify for the University of Law’s Employment Promise.
Recordings of events and workshops on our ELITE site
Don’t forget that as a former student you continue to have access via ELITE to our online materials and resources, including recordings of events and workshops, for up to 5 years after your course.
Opportunities to recruit or mentor University of Law students
The University of Law has trained more lawyers than anyone else
If you are seeking to advertise a vacancy, arrange a recruitment event, or volunteer for our mentoring scheme, please visit our Recruiter pages
Join the University’s Alumni Network
Your time with the University does not have to end once you've completed your studies. As a graduate you are eligible to become a member of The College and University of Law Alumni Network and join a global community of over 50,000 alumni.
The Network will allow you to stay connected, remain informed and take advantage of a wealth of specially negotiated privileges and discounts.For more information and to join visit the University’s alumni site.
If you would like to provide a case study of your ULaw journey to employment, please email: Employability@law.ac.uk
The Employability Service and the University are interested in what our students go on to do after graduation, as are many others (prospective students, current students, parents and higher education and government agencies). Therefore, we may contact you after you have completed you studies to find out what you are doing.
The University of Law, like other UK universities, is required to participate in the Graduate Outcomes Survey. Graduate Outcomes is a national survey which gathers information about the activities and views of graduates approximately 15 months after they have finished their studies. For more information on this survey, please see Graduate Outcomes.
You can find information about data protection and how we handle your information on the University’s policy pages.
If you have a question about the services we provide to our alumni, please contact us at: Careers.Alumni@law.ac.uk
University of Law on YouTube
You can find videos on many Employability topics by alumni, students, staff and recruiting organisations on The University of Law’s YouTube page.
*According to our latest available data, 97% of our full-time 2016/17 and accelerated 2017/17 LPC students graduating in summer 2017 secured employment, a training contract, or further study within nine months of successfully completing their course.