Information for Employers

The Center for Career Development at the UConn School of Law offers a variety of ways for employers to engage with UConn Law students and graduates. We regularly hold  recruiting events, participate in regional and specialty career fairs and conferences, and invite employers to contact us directly any time they have positions to fill. Employers have easy access to all our recruiting materials and information via Symplicity, our password-protected recruiting site. We offer several formal interview programs, but are always available to offer other scheduling to support employers when they are hiring.

Post a Job Opportunity

The Center for Career Development invites employers to post law-related internships and part-time jobs, along with post-graduate opportunities, on our free, online, interactive platform. See instructions on using Symplicity and our complete Employer Policies for more information about working with the UConn Law Center for Career Development.

Symplicity for Employers

Recruiting Programs

The Center for Career Development invites employers to connect with UConn Law students and graduates through recruiting programs, which are held  throughout the year. Employers may also engage with UConn Law students and graduates at a variety of career fairs around the country.

List of Recruiting Programs

The information listed below is subject to change, and should be viewed in conjunction with email announcements and calendars maintained in Symplicity by the Center for Career Development.

Boston Area Interview Program
Held in late July, this program recently included more than a dozen Boston area employers. A Resume Collect option is also available. The Center for Career Development collects application materials and organizes and supports screening interviews for employers seeking summer associates.

New York Resume Collection Program
Held in late July. The Center for Career Development collects and organizes application materials for participating employers.

Connecticut-Based Large Firms Interview Program
Held in late July. The law school collects application materials and organizes and hosts interviews for  employers  who are hiring for summer and post-graduate job opportunities.

September Interview Program (Focused opportunity for small and midsize employers in the private and public sectors)
Held in mid-September. The Center for Career Development collects application materials and organizes and hosts interviews for employers who are hiring for summer and post-graduate job opportunities.

UConn Law Cultural Diversity Initiative
Hosted by the Center for Career Development in conjunction with affinity student bar associations in early January, this program offers employers an opportunity to interview diverse first-year students early in their law school careers for summer positions.

Public Interest and Government Interviewing Program
Held in mid-January each year. The Center for Career Development collects application materials and organizes and hosts screening interviews for public interest and government employers hiring for summer and post-graduate opportunities. Many first-year law students connect with their first legal jobs through this growing program.

UConn Law Spring Career Fair
Held in mid-February, this program provides employers the opportunity to meet with students in a job fair setting. The event is specifically designed for small and midsize law firms, government agencies, public interest organizations and corporations.

Other Programs

The UConn School of Law has historically participated in the programs listed below. Please check with the Center for Career Development for the latest iteration of these opportunities, some of which may be offered online.

Annual Public Interest Legal Career Reception - New York, NY
Held in August or September every year by a consortium of tri-state area law schools, this reception brings together hundreds of public interest and government employers in New York City.

Equal Justice Works Career Fair & Conference - Washington, DC
Held in October, this event brings together nearly 200 public interest and government employers and more than 1,000 law students from across the nation for two days of interviews and informational sessions.

New York University Public Interest Legal Career Fair - New York, NY
Hosted by New York University in early February, this program offers students interested in public interest law the opportunity to interview with more than 400 public interest and government employers.

Loyola Patent Law Interview Program - Chicago, IL
Hosted by Loyola Chicago School of Law in late July, this program connects patent law employers with rising 2L and 3L students.

Employer and Non-Discrimination Policies

The UConn School of Law complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding non-discrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action, including the provision of reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. UConn does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religious creed, age, sex, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disability, veteran status, prior conviction of a crime, workplace hazards to reproductive systems, gender identity or expression, or political beliefs in its programs and activities.

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