The Office of Career Services is here to support and advise you as you transition from your legal education to the next step on your career journey.
The office partners with internal and external stakeholders to provide comprehensive support and guidance to students and alumni in their development of fulfilling and successful career paths.
2022 SU Law Graduates - We need your help!
Help us compile required statistics for the American Bar Association (ABA) and the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) by completing the Graduate Survey. Please refer to the How to Complete a Post Graduate Employment Survey on 12Twenty for detailed instructions.
1L and 2L 2022 Summer Experience Student Survey
Please let us know if you have secured a Summer 2022 position by completing your 12Twenty Jobs & Job Offers details. We are excited to learn about your opportunities and are here to help you find a position.
Fall 2022 On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program
This Program allows employers to engage with you through resume collections/virtual interviews or visit campus to interview you for summer and/or academic year positions or externships, and post-graduate positions.
- Students may begin applying on Sunday, June 26, 2022.
- Positions are added on a rolling basis to 12twenty.
- On-campus interviews are set to begin Monday, August 1, 2022 - Friday, November 18, 2022.
1L and 2L Summer 2023 Diversity and Non-Diversity Opportunities
- Your 1L and 2L summer is a crucial time to gain real-world legal experience. Summer jobs during law school provide you with an important opportunity to learn about an area or areas of the law you might want to pursue.
- Apply Now! We will be frequently adding opportunities.
Deadlines are FAST approaching.
- 1L Diversity Fellowship
- 2L Diversity Fellowship
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