The Career Development Office (CDO) welcomes employers to recruit students and alumni for school year, summer and post-graduate positions. The CDO utilizes a variety of services in order to assist employers in meeting their recruiting needs.
Each fall and spring, the CDO welcomes employers to campus as part of its On Campus Interview (OCI) Program. As participants in the OCI program, employers have an opportunity to interview students for summer and post-graduation positions. In conjunction with our OCI program, the CDO sponsors the Résumé Referral program. This program provides employers unable to interview on campus with an opportunity to receive applications from University of Miami School of Law students and proceed with the interviewing process at their convenience. Employers may elect to receive applications directly from students or via a collection conducted by the Career Development Office.
If you are seeking to fill your summer, part-time, entry-level or lateral employment needs, we encourage you to submit a job listing on our web-based job posting system, Symplicity. This service is free for employers. You may create your own Symplicity account which will enable you to post your available positions or you may send the information to our office for posting.
The University of Miami School of 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. The recent economic crisis has resulted in a reduction of funding for public sector agencies while the demand for legal services has dramatically increased. The goal of Legal Corps is to fill the gaps at these understaffed agencies by providing them with some of the most prepared, skilled and diverse individuals entering the legal community today. Below are responses to some of the most frequently asked questions about the fellowship program.
The Miami Law Externship Program places second year (2L), third year (3L) and LL.M. students in a direct working relationship with local, national, and international corporations, government agencies, public interest organizations and the judiciary for academic credit. Students gain practical legal experience by working under a lawyer's supervision. Externs may work during the fall, spring and summer.
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.