Career Services Office (CSO)
The CSO assists students and alumni in embarking on successful and rewarding careers and obtaining employment by exploring their individual goals and interests; developing realistic expectations about the legal job market; identifying opportunities for summer and permanent employment; and, preparing for and conducting a job search. The CSO is committed to providing comprehensive services to all students and graduates regardless of career objectives, GPA, class ranking, or any other criteria.
UDM Law's online job boarD
Career Connect is UDM Law's comprehensive, web-based career services management database and serves as destination central for all matters concerning recruitment, career planning and professional development for UDM Law students, alumni and employers. Students and Alumni may access Career Connect to apply to local and national job postings*, search employer contact information to create tailored application materials, complete personal profiles indicating geographic and practice areas of interest, post resumes, which can then be searched by employers, access CSO publications and past presentations, register for CSO events, and request an appointment with a CSO counselor. Employers may use Career Connect to post positions, schedule on-campus interviews, review student resumes, and maintain a student- and alumni-viewable profile.
There is a different Career Connect URL for each user type (students, alumni, and employers). Please access Career Connect from the appropriate URL below and bookmark the link to expedite your future use of the site.
- Alumni Login**: https://www.myinterfase.com/udmercy_law/alumni
- Employer Login: https://www.myinterfase.com/udmercy_law/employer
- Student Login: https://www.myinterfase.com/udmercy_law/student
*The CSO posts career opportunities as a service to students, alumni, and employers. The CSO cannot and does not endorse any employment listing or employing organization by using our job posting service to make students and alumni aware of an open position. UDM Law students and alumni are advised and encouraged to diligently and independently research potential employers and employment opportunities as part of the career search process.
** To access Career Connect, those alumni who have not logged in since 2011 need to register and create a profile. Your UDM T-number is required to create an account. Whether you are a new or existing Career Connect alumni account holder, be sure to regularly update your profile, including your geographic and practice area preferences.