Career Counselors in the Commons

Career Counselors Tiffany J. Tucker (left) along with Kourtney J. Perry, Anne Elise Doise, and U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General (JAG) Thomas J. Bright, answered future occupation-related questions for UH Law Center students.

Career Counselors Tiffany J. Tucker (left) along with Kourtney J. Perry, Anne Elise Doise, and U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General (JAG) Thomas J. Bright, answered future occupation-related questions for UH Law Center students.   

Oct. 7, 2015 – UH Law Center Career Development Office (CDO) counselors left their offices and set up shop in the Student Commons on Tuesday. It is part of an effort to better serve law students by giving them easier access to career advice.

“Our goal is to facilitate more face to face interaction. This is a way students can come and ask us questions without making appointments,” said Tiffany J. Tucker, associate director of the Career Development Office.

Special guest Lt. Thomas J. Bright, command services attorney from the U.S Navy Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps was also on hand to encourage students to consider serving in the Navy as a career path. JAG officers provide commanders, sailors, and Navy families with targeted legal solutions to enable effective naval and joint operations.

CDO Counselors will be in the Commons once a month to offer guidance to students in making decisions for their future legal careers.

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