We thought it would be interesting to track down our former students and find out what they did with their legal career after graduation. Many have gone on to do some pretty amazing things.
Our Alums clerk (and have clerked) at all levels of the federal and state judiciaries, from state and federal trial courts all the way to state supreme courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. They work (and have worked) at nearly every Top 100 law firm, while others have started their own solo practices. Others work (and have worked) on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley, in both legal and non-legal capacities.
Interested in a career at the Department of Justice, federal and state prosecutors’ and public defenders’ offices, the Federal Trade Commission, the Securities & Exchange Commission, the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, a State Attorney General’s Office, a Governor’s Office, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Labor, the Social Security Administration, or in the Judge Advocate General Corps? Law Preview Alums have experience in positions in each of these areas of government.
Law Preview Alums also work (or have worked) in the professional sports and entertainment industries, serving as agents and talent managers for professional athletes and Hollywood actors and studios.
Many LP Alums serve (or have served) in legal and non-legal capacities at non-profits that are helping to change the world.
Below are just a few of our former students who have agreed to be profiled and reflect on how Law Preview positioned them for successful legal careers: