Career Services Office

Schedule an Appointment

Individual career counseling is available to all currently enrolled students and alumni of The John Marshall Law School. Although you will interact with multiple members of the career services staff, your assigned counselor will remain your primary counselor until you graduate. When scheduling an appointment, please ask for your assigned counselor.

To schedule an appointment, contact CSO Coordinator Dennis Mazur at 6mazur@jmls.edu, 312.987.1402, or stop by Room 405.

Career Service counselors are assigned according to section designation (provided first semester):

Day Students

Fall Entering Class:*
D1 (Last names A-R): Lauren Spira
D1 (Last names S-Z): Stacia Goldstein
D2 (Last names A-R): Tiffany Farber
D2 (Last names S-Z): Stacia Goldstein
D3 (Last names A-R): Sarah Levy
D3 (Last names S-Z): Kim Isemann
D4 (Last names A-R): Denise Kitanovski
D4 (Last names S-Z): Kim Isemann

Spring Entering Class:*
2015SD (Last names A-M): Kim Isemann
2015SD (Last names N-Z): Stacia Goldstein
2016SD (Last names A-M): Kim Isemann
2016SD (Last names N-Z): Stacia Goldstein

Evening Students

Counselor: Joseph Kearney

Graduate Students

LLM/MS Counselor: Joseph Kearney

Additional Student Support

Career counselors also specialize in different areas of counseling. For specific questions, please contact the appropriate counselor:

Career Programming: Lauren Spira, Stacia Goldstein
Diversity Initiatives: Lauren Spira, Chanté Spann
Employer Outreach: Sarah Levy, Nello Gamberdino II

Judicial Clerkships: Denise Kitanovski
Public Interest Counseling: Kim Isemann
Recruiting (Fall/Spring): Sarah Levy

Alumni

Counselor: Joseph Kearney

If your assigned counselor’s schedule is full and you need immediate assistance, another counselor will be happy to assist you. To schedule an appointment, contact CSO Coordinator Dennis Mazur at 6mazur@jmls.edu or 312.987.1402.


*Students in their first semester of law school are not allowed to meet with their assigned career counselor until the third month of the semester (fall-entering students: November 1; spring-entering students: March 1). These rules are dictated by the National Association for Law Placement and will be strictly enforced by the CSO. Part-time evening students seeking non-legal work are not required to follow these guidelines and may schedule a meeting with the evening student counselors to discuss their non-legal job search at their convenience.

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