Government Job Search Resources
Government service encompasses many areas of law and practice settings. Job opportunities exist at the federal, state, county, and city level. Government service is a path many Loyola University Chicago School of Law graduates chose to pursue, whether as student externships, summer employment, or as post-graduate employment. Below are some resources to assist you in exploring government service.
LINKS TO GOVERNMENT WEBSITES
Links to the websites of federal, state, and local government agencies.
LINKS TO GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS
If you're interested in a government career, these associations & organizations are a great way to network in your field!
Links to several online handbooks providing information about government honors programs, internships, and careers.
If you're interested in a government career, an externship with a judge or government agency is a great resume builder!
Rule 711 of the Illinois Supreme Court allows law students to engage in the limited practice of law, under the supervision of a licensed attorney, subject to several conditions.
PUBLIC POLICY CAREER RESOURCES
Resources for students and alumni interested in careers in the public policy field.
LOYOLA'S LOAN REPAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Information regarding Loyola's loan repayment assistance program for alums working in the public sector.
An online resource connecting public interest law job seekers with their ideal opportunities.