Resources & Guides

Professionalism

All Drake Law students have access to My Right Profile, designed to help students identify and explore individual personality traits and characteristics key to one’s propensity for success and satisfaction levels in a law career.

First year students will complete the profile as part of a larger professionalism program, working with faculty and staff to better understand results, explore growth opportunities, encourage resiliency, and take control of his or her own career development.

Second and third year students have the option to complete the profile and then utilize the results as part of their continued individual development and through work with faculty and staff.  

Symplicity Document Library

Students and alumni have access to numerous resources in the Symplicity Document Library, including resume and cover letter guides, online job resources (including passwords), and interview preparation materials. To access the materials, log in to Symplicity with your student id and Symplicity password.

Video Library

On-demand programming at your fingertips is available in the Drake Law Video Library.  Content is continuously being added, so check back regularly for updates.  Resources include a reciprocity guide, alumni interviews focused on various practice areas, bar application and student registration, and more. 

A list of videos, including links to access materials, is included in the Symplicity Document Library.

NALP Directory of Legal Employers

If you are looking for information on firms throughout the country, the NALP Directory of Legal Employers is a great resource.  It provides overall firm information as well as information on satellite offices, hiring contacts and much more.  It's free to access.

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Drake Law faculty and students in the Middleton Center for Children's Rights were instrumental in a new Juvenile Court Rule banning the routine shackling of children in juvenile court.
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