Published: Jan. 25, 2012

As Colorado Law’s new Assistant Dean for Career Development, one of my goals is to expand opportunities for students to connect with our alumni.  I’m excited to announce ProNet, Colorado Law’s new online Professional Network.  ProNet creates a network of alumni whom students may contact for career advice and insight.  As a member of ProNet, you can also find and contact other alumni.

How to Register

Our students and alumni are our most valuable resource.  Connecting the two creates a formidable professional network.

  • If you already have an active student/alumni CDOnline account, you can register for ProNet by logging on and entering your username (for recent alumni, it is your email address) and password. If you can’t remember your password, please contact Annie Wills at
  • Once logged in, click on the “Profile” section, then the “Professional Network” tab.  
  • Complete the brief ProNet registration form, making sure to note your “Active” status.   
  • The registration form includes an Additional Activities section where you can indicate your willingness to engage with Colorado Law students in specific ways, including mock interviews, resume review and panel discussions.
  • If you do not yet have a CDOnline account, you can register for ProNet here.

After completing the ProNet registration form, your profile will be visible to current students and Colorado Law alums.  You will be identified as an alumni resource (not a prospective employer) for those wanting to obtain advice and information about career options in your field or geographic location. 

You may also call Annie Wills at 303-492-8651 for ProNet registration assistance.

 How to use CDOnline

  • Search the “Networking” section of CDOnline to find fellow alums registered on ProNet.
  • Explore the “Jobs” section for current openings. 
  • Upload your resume in the “Documents” section by clicking “Add New.”
  • Enter information about past jobs in the “Employment” section by clicking “Add New.”

If your contact information has changed since you last provided it to Colorado Law, please also update your information by email to Entering your contact information into CDOnline will not automatically update our alumni records.

And if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call me. I would welcome the opportunity to speak to you by phone or in person about how the Career Development Office may better serve the students and alumni of Colorado Law.

As a final note, Colorado Law’s student body is made up of the best and brightest.  If your organization has summer, part-time or full-time opportunities available, we welcome the opportunity to recommend our students.  Please contact me for further information.


Todd Rogers

Assistant Dean for Career Development