The opportunity to return to your alma mater can be tempting especially given the prospect to help law students work toward their goals. Ramji Kaul jumped at the chance to join the University of Michigan Law Schools’ Office of Career Planning, and in his years there, he’s learned a lot about what matters to—and what vexes—law school students. In this episode of In-House Legal: Uncovered, Rami talks to Michael Sachs about how things have changed since he was in law school and yet how they are still the same.
Ramji Kaul joined the Office of Career Planning at the University of Michigan Law School in 2015 as an attorney-counselor and now serves as the assistant dean for career planning.
After graduating from the University of Michigan Law School, Ramji joined the Chicago office of Dentons, where he was in private practice for more than 10 years. As a partner in the litigation and disputes resolution group, he litigated cases in state and federal courts, focusing on complex commercial litigation, catastrophe and major claims litigation, and class action defense. He was the co-chair of his Chicago office's summer associate program and participated as an interviewer in Michigan Law's on-campus interview program.