The University of Minnesota Law School Career Center hosts a national on-campus fall interviewing program and participates in off-campus, diversity, public interest, and specialized recruiting programs across the country to give students increased access to a broad range of employers.
Every year, many employers—including law firms, courts, corporations, government agencies, and other organizations—conduct interviews at the Law School. Employers are welcome to interview at the Law School year-round. Registration for interview dates in fall 2014 is now open. The first day of on-campus interviews is August 18, 2014. For more information, or to register, please visit Symplicity.
Each year, the University of Minnesota Law School coordinates off-campus interview programs in New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco and Chicago on behalf of a consortium of six law schools. For more information, or to register, please visit the Midwest-California Consortium Symplicity.
Fall Resume Collections
If you are not able to conduct fall interviews on the University of Minnesota campus, we welcome you to be part of our fall interview program through our resume collection process. To do so, please register via Symplicity, and select "submit schedule request" and "resume collect." We will list you as a fall recruiting employer, notify our students about your job, collect resumes from interested students and send those resumes directly to your hiring contact.
Several programs bring our students together with employers who have a specific interest in hiring students from a diverse background. The programs are held in a variety of locations around the country throughout the year.
Students interested in pursuing public interest careers are invited to interview across the country with a variety of employers at any of the special interview programs for public interest employers.
U-Design Interview Program
Our dedicated Employer Relations team can help you create and tailor an on-campus interview, resume collect, or other hiring tool that fits with your schedule and hiring needs. Please contact our office to discuss your needs.
Employers posting positions must comply with the Law School's non-discrimination policy, available here. Additionally, the Fair Labor Standards Act prohibits unpaid internships with for-profit entities when course credit is not available. To read more, please click here.