Networking Opportunities: Information for Practitioners

  • One of the most important professional skills a student should hone is networking. The ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with other professionals is critical to ongoing success and career development. As a practitioner, you play an important role in networking with future attorneys. Throughout law school, Capital students have many opportunities to engage attorneys. From practice panels to lunches to evening networking events, your presence on campus is a chance for students to network with you.

    The Office of Professional Development invites you to get involved at the Law School as a speaker, instructor, panelist, or mentor. Let us know how you want to help!

    In addition to on-campus networking opportunities, we encourage you to become a part of Capital Law Connect, a professional network that connects practitioners with current students interested in learning more about the legal profession and to foster informal mentoring relationships.

    To join Capital Law Connect, register now. You will receive a separate email containing instructions as well as a user ID and password.