Miami Law Career Development Office Fall and Spring Recruiting Programs

Fall and Spring Recruiting Programs

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Each fall, there are a number of programs, job fairs and other organized hiring opportunities. Generally called "Fall Recruiting" this period of time which lasts from July through December contains opportunities with the private sector, government agencies, members of the judiciary, public interest organizations and corporate legal departments.

"Spring Recruiting" is a collection of programs coordinated by the CDO for employers interested in interviewing Miami Law students for summer and post-graduate positions. Spring Recruiting generally takes place in March and April.

Fall Recruiting programs

Information on Fall Recruiting is made available to students each April.

Spring Recruiting programs

Information regarding Spring Recruiting is made available to students each February.

Questions

Have questions about Fall or Spring Recruiting? Contact cdo@law.miami.edu.

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