Welcome to the Career Development Office at the University of Miami School of Law. Our office serves as the career counseling and information center for law students and alumni. Our role is to assist students and alumni in planning their legal careers by utilizing the appropriate tools and resources at their disposal.
We provide information about law firms throughout the country, about the many areas of law practice and about employment opportunities in both the private and public sectors. We also give students many opportunities to meet with employers through job fairs and campus interviews.
Our mission is to provide the highest level of service to our students, alumni and potential employers with Dignity, Efficiency and Courtesy. The staff of the Center:
The objective of the Career Development Office is to assist students and alumni in attaining career satisfaction, and employers in attaining the right candidates for their organizations. We ask that you let us know how we can help you, and encourage you to contact our office with all your employment or recruiting needs. We look forward to meeting with you and believe that you will be pleased and impressed with the results.
Marcelyn R. Cox
Assistant Dean, Career Development Office
Read about our Legal Career Paths course — a comprehensive career and professional development course.
Miami Law recently established Legal Corps, an ambitious postgraduate fellowship program which will place recent law graduates in government agencies, public interest organizations, and judicial chambers in Florida and throughout the country. Read More.
It is the policy of the University of Miami that no person within the jurisdiction thereof shall, on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination or harassment (including all forms of sexual harassment and sexual violence) under any program or activity of the University, regardless of whether such program or activity occurs on-campus or off-campus. Employers who advertise positions through the Career Development Office or participate in CDO recruitment programs must read the non-discrimination policy and undertake to observe it.