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Although access to the Career Development Center is limited for first semester law students, it serves as a career-lifeline to students beyond that point in their law studies. Through combined legal, teaching, and recruiting experience the center's staff members provide students and graduates with expertise and knowledge in crucial areas.
The Director of Career Development, Debbie Rowe-Millwood, joined the career center in May of 2009. She has served as the Vice President of the South Florida Chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs since March. She has also worked as an Adjunct Professor at Florida Memorial University since 2006, where she teaches business law, business ethics, and business organizations and management. She holds JD from the University of Florida's Frederic G. Levin College of Law and a BBA from the University of Miami, School of Business. She specializes in family law, labor and employment, and business law.
Martha Probst, the Assistant Director of Career Development, works with FIU College of Law students in all areas of career development including cover letter review and individual counseling. She also develops and maintains close ties with the legal community in an effort to promote job opportunities for the students she works with.
Immediately prior to joining FIU College of Law, Probst worked as a recruiting manager at Robert Half Legal, where she specialized in permanent attorney placement within firms and corporations in South Florida. She also spent three years as an associate at Coffey & Wright, LLP in Miami, where she primarily handled civil litigation matters.
Probst holds a JD from the Dickinson School of Law at Pennsylvania State University. She completed her undergraduate studies in psychology and sociology at the University of Virginia. In 2009 she also earned her Professional Human Resources (PHR) Certification.
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