Build a future with our students and graduates
The Center for Professional Development (CPD) staff works closely with employers to provide them access to the best and brightest legal talent. The Charlotte School of Law Center for Professional Development (CPD) provides a full-service career counseling and resource center for students and employers, through all stages of the career-planning process. We also offer partnership and recruitment opportunities throughout the year.
Students with real lives. Ready for the real world.
Charlotte School of Law students represent diverse and varied backgrounds, bringing with them a unique and desirable approach to law:
- International students representing a diversity of countries and cultures
- Students with advanced degrees
- Experienced professionals launching new careers
- Students a few years out of college
- Students with diverse family, economic, and cultural backgrounds
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Where Our Alumni Are Working
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Easily submit announcements on available intern, part-time and full-time positions by logging onto Symplicity, Charlotte Law's on-line job posting database.
Charlotte School of Law conforms to all applicable laws prohibiting discrimination and is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, social condition, sex, sexual orientation, age and handicap in its programs and activities. In compliance with this policy, the law school's Center for Professional Development (CPD) is committed to supporting an equal and fair evaluation of its law student and graduate job applicants on the basis of his or her own individual merits. Therefore, the CPD is available only to employers whose employment practices are in compliance with the law and the Charlotte School of Law’s non-discrimination policy.
Charlotte School of Law allows one exception to its non-discrimination policy for government agencies, such as the military, that are required by law to discriminate on the basis of age, height, weight and other factors. Federal statutes (commonly known as the Solomon Amendment) provide that law schools that deny access to military recruiters may be subjected to the loss of certain federal funds, including some financial aid for law students. Although the United States Military discriminates on the basis of age, height, weight and other factors, Charlotte School of Law makes its Center for Professional Development Office available to these recruiters because of the potential loss of federal funds that would otherwise be imposed on schools that have a policy or practice of denying access to military recruiters pursuant to the Solomon Amendment.
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