Current Students

Career Planning Guide
Our extensive, keyword-searchable online resource helps students learn more about the entirety of the legal career planning process. Whether you’re looking for general guidance or an answer to a particular question, the Career Planning Guide has the answers.

Use your Wake Forest login credentials WFU username (your WFU email address without the “”) & password to sign in.

Virtual Career OfficeNew!
We are passionate about providing law students with the tools to discover your unique path to a meaningful career. Our Virtual Career Office is the latest innovation designed to increase access to key resources. Using the Virtual Career Office, students can ask and receive answers to quick questions about career and professional development goals, find frequently accessed resources, and connect with employers or alumni using our extensive professional networks.

Diversity Matters at Wake Forest Law
At Wake Forest Law, diversity—the mix of different perspectives and experiences that make up a healthy, stimulating classroom—is of paramount importance. Our commitment to inclusion and the spirit of Pro Humanitate creates a learning environment as rich and varied as the professional world awaiting you.

Recruitment Programs & Job Fairs
Comprehensive list of dates and important deadlines for our yearly Spring & Fall on-campus/virtual recruiting programs and resume collections. Wake Forest University School of Law also participates in multiple location-specific, practice area-specific, and diversity interview programs.

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