What services are offered by the Career Services Office?


Career Services

The Career Services Office provides students and alumni with assistance in locating and securing employment, whether it be a summer job or post-graduate employment.

  • Location: Second floor, Booth Center, around the corner from the Business Office
  • Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday
  • Contact: E-mail careerservices@asl.edu; 276-935-4349, Ext. 1201; Janie Castle, Director of Career Services and Alumni Relations

Whether you are a student trying to find an entry-level position, an alumnus seeking a job, or an employer in search of new talent, the Career Services Office can help.

Some of our services include:

  • Career Services library (a collection of books and brochures regarding various career-related topics)
  • Resume and cover letter critiques (also free resume and cover letter paper)
  • Mock interviews
  • Online resources including links to job databases, clerkships, and public interest jobs
  • A list of upcoming opportunities, including career fairs, interviews, and internship programs

Our employer services include:

The Appalachian School of Law opposes discrimination in the interviewing and employment of our students and alumni based upon age, race, color, gender, gender identity, disability, religion, national and ethnic origin, or sexual orientation. Per ABA Standard 205(d), Appalachian School of Law expects that all employers will observe the principles of non-discrimination and equality of opportunity on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age and disability in regard to hiring, promotion, retention and conditions of employment. The facilities and services of the law school's Career Services Office are available to those employers who observe the same principles of equal opportunity and non-discrimination. Under threat of withdrawal of federal funds posed by federal law through the Solomon Amendment, ASL grants a limited exception to the non-discrimination policy by allowing the military to recruit on campus.

Consumer Information for Law Students

You can information on our Employment Outcomes, Scholarship Data, and other Standard 509 disclosures here.