The Career Development office is one of the starting points for informing yourself about careers in international law. Its staff provides one on one counselling, access to alumni networks, short term mentorships, and a whole host of programming.

Printed guides are available and include

  • International Public Interest Law guide (CAS log in required)
  • Opportunities with International Tribunals and Foreign Courts guide (CAS log in required)
  • The Law Firm section in the Law Firm Practice Settings, “International Firms.” (CAS log in required) Among other information, included in that section is a link to a document that contains a list of law firm foreign offices in which YLS students have recently worked and a list of students willing to serve as mentors for international private work.

YLS is an academic partner of the American Society for International Law. Students can become ASIL members for half-price and have access to its many resources