Jennifer Salyers is an Assistant Dean for the Office of Career Services and an Adjunct Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School. As an Assistant Dean, Jennifer coaches, advises, and assists law students pursuing careers in private practice, government, public interest, business, and non-practicing J.D. advantage careers. She also teaches professional development and career planning workshops on topics including interviewing skills, resume and cover letter writing, and out-of-state job search strategies. Additionally, she creates, edits, and publishes three weekly student newsletters. As an Adjunct Professor of Law, Jennifer co-teaches Law & Literature. Jennifer was recently appointed as Chair of the NALP Law Student Professional Development Section and has served as a Co-Vice Chair of the Law Student and Lawyer Professional Development Section Collaboration Work Group. Prior to joining William & Mary Law School, Jennifer worked for Thomson Reuters as a Westlaw Academic Account Manager and Westlaw Research Specialist, where she conducted training courses for law students and faculty, hosted specialized practice area trainings and webinars, assisted law firms with legal research training and tasks, and hosted CLE programs for firm attorneys. Jennifer earned her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law and a B.S. in Governmental Administration from Christopher Newport University.