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Careers Liaison Adviser
Queen’s University Careers Employability and Skills Service
Sorting out what you might do after graduation takes time.You need to start this process early, ideally in Year One by:
· Considering your career options and planning ahead
· Gaining work experience and placements
· Building employability skills
· Developing career management skills.
Careers, Employability and Skills, through its senior careers adviser Roisin Copeland, works together with the School of Law’s Careers Liaison Advisers to support you throughout your time at Queens.
The Queen’s University Careers, Employability and Skills Service provides a comprehensive careers guidance service to students and works closely with the School of Law in this regard. It also provides students with access to the latest information on placements and opportunities via occupational and employer files, brochures and publications. In addition, full computer facilities are available. Students can also receive E-guidance via e-mail and tailored advice in drop-in sessions with the duty-advisor as well as one-to-one sessions via bookable guidance interviews. A number of documents are produced for law students including the annual ‘Careers in Law’ which outlines the range of possible careers available to law students. This information includes the relevant contact and application details as well as useful employment profiles of previous Queen’s law students.The more generic ‘Opportunities’ booklet provides monthly details of the latest general vacancies and placements in a range of organizations and fields.This information is updated regularly and is also available via the Careers Employability and Skills website.