Craig Nydick is a 2010 Emory Law School graduate who has worked closely with the Center for Professional Development & Career Strategy in the intervening four years since he graduated. Craig has served as an alumni panelist and speaker on networking, interview skills, job search strategy, and practice-area knowledge. Although he has been busy with his career, he has volunteered to interview Emory Public Interest Committee summer grant candidates, has judged moot court competitions and practices, attended speed-networking events for students, contributed to the Career Center’s Ask An Alum group on LinkedIn, and acted as faculty for the Kessler Eidson Trial Techniques Program. And Craig never turns down an invitation to meet with a student or recent graduate! In fact, he has played an integral role in helping several students land externships. The law school community appreciates Craig’s post-graduate involvement and hopes he remains a committed volunteer alumnus for years to come!