The role of the Career Services Office is to ensure that students are aware of the wide range of summer, articling, and long-term employment opportunities available, and that they have the information and skills necessary to reach their personal goals.
The Career Services Office provides students with individual career counselling, a wide variety of seminars and workshops on a broad range of topics, comprehensive information resources, and opportunities to meet employers. Queen's Law hosts an annual Careers Day at which students can speak to representatives from over 80 law firms and government offices from across Ontario; an annual Practice Interview Day; and on-campus interview with Toronto summer employers.
The Career Services Office is on the fourth floor of the law school. The Office is overseen by the Assistant Dean of Students, Jane Emrich and staffed by Leeann Beggs, Director of Career Services. Leeann is assisted by Julie Banting, Career Counsellor, Aimee Burtch, Admissions and Career Services Coordinator, Christina Ulian, Secretary/Receptionist in Admissions and Career Services and student members of the Career Services Committee. Students on the Committee help maintain the employer database, assist with the annual Careers Day, Practice Interviews, on-campus interviews (OCI's), and other seminars and programs.
The Career Services Committee includes:
If you are interested in working on the Committee, please inquire at the Career Services Office.