A Note of Appreciation to Employers Amid the COVID-19 Crisis
On behalf of Miami Law, Dean Anthony E. Varona and the Career Development Office would like to show our appreciation to the judiciary, local, state and federal government agencies, corporations, law firms, public interest entities, and all other organizations both far and near - that hired our students this summer amid the COVID-19 crisis. We are especially grateful to our alumni who were able to create unique employment and learning experiences for our students. The opportunity for our students to gain practical legal experience and to develop their professional skills is an integral part of their legal education. With the limitations imposed by the pandemic, we are thankful for all of the organizations that were able to restructure their summer programs to accommodate the current remote working environment and to give our students the ability to gain professional experience. We realize that this was a challenging undertaking! We are so appreciative of your continued support of Miami Law and our students. From us to you, a heartfelt thank you!
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.
Participate in Annual Networking & Informational Career Fair
Miami Law Annual Networking & Informational Career Fair
The University of Miami School of Law hosts the Networking & Informational Career Fair every spring. The School of Law is committed to promoting awareness of the many private, public and government sector career opportunities available to our students. Participation in the Fair is an invaluable opportunity to meet our students and educate them about your experience and practice area, while highlighting your organization.
To participate, please complete the Registration Form indicating the practice area you would like to represent. Lunch will be provided to all participants, beginning at noon, with the fair taking place from 12:30 P.M. to 2:00 P.M.
Registration Deadline: March 1st. All participants should register before March 1st.
Please contact the Career Development Office with any questions at 305.284.2668 or email@example.com.
Register/Participate in On Campus Interview (OCI) Programs
The University of Miami School of Law Career Development Office cordially invites employers to participate in its Fall and Spring On Campus Interview (OCI) Programs. These programs provide employers with an opportunity to interview some of the best candidates in the country for summer and post-graduate employment positions.
Fall OCI Program: This program runs from mid-August to mid-October each year. Participating employers may interview second-year (2L) law students for summer positions, and third-year (3L) law students and LL.M. students for entry-level positions.
Register for the Fall On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program
Spring OCI Program: This runs from mid-February through mid-April. Participating employers may interview first-year (1L) and second-year (2L) law students for summer positions, and third-year (3L) law students and LL.M. students for entry-level positions. All dates are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis and participation is free. Register for the Spring On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program
Post a Job Online
If seeking to fill summer, part-time, entry-level or lateral employment needs, the CDO encourages employers to submit a job listing on the web-based job posting system, Symplicity. This service is free for employers and they may create their own Symplicity account which enable them to post available positions. Employers may also send the information to the CDO office for posting.
Receive Résumés From Students
The University of Miami School of Law Career Development Office cordially invites employers to participate in its Fall and Spring 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.
Fall Résumé Referral Program: This program runs from mid-August to mid-October each year. Participating employers may receive applications from second-year (2L) law students for summer positions, and third-year (3L) law students and LL.M. students for entry-level positions.
Register for the Fall Résumé Referral Program
Spring Résumé Referral Program: This program runs from mid-February through mid-April. Participating employers may receive applications from first-year (1L) and second-year (2L) law students for summer positions, and third-year (3L) law students and LL.M. students for entry-level positions. Register for the Spring Resume Referral Program
Participate in the Miami Law Externship 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.
Volunteer: Become a Coffee Connector
In 2013, alumnus Jaret L. Davis, JD ’99, introduced the Coffee Connectors Network - an initiative to promote a more practical approach to foster one-on-one interactions between Miami Law alumni and law students. This program is unique in that it is NOT a traditional mentoring program. Instead, this is a ‘connector initiative’ to infuse law students into various practices and geographic locations. Iinvolvement may be as simple as forwarding a resume to a colleague who may be in the market to hire a young lawyer, discussing your work or enjoying a cup of coffee for 20 minutes with a student to give him/her some tips and/or referrals to contact. If you are an employer and an alum, consider participating.
Coffee Connectors: Become a Volunteer