Recruit Emory Law
The Center for Professional Development & Career Strategy connects employers and students through our interview programs, online employment postings and career-related panels, presentations and other networking events.
Please contact our office should you have any questions about recruiting at Emory Law, and thank you for considering our students and graduates for employment within your organization.
We invite you to participate in our On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program and to Post A Job with us!
On-Campus Interview Programs
Each fall, employers have the opportunity to conduct on-campus interviews with second- and third-year students for summer and permanent positions. In the fall, our OCI program is split into August and September sessions. Dates are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis (once slots for the August OCI session are filled, requests will be moved to the September OCI session). All interviews will be held at Emory Law. You may request OCI participation via Symplicity.
We also offer a Spring OCI program that typically is held at the end of February each year. Employers may request schedules to interview students from any class year during that program. OCI Symplicity instructions.
Post A Job/Collect Resumes
For those employers who choose not to conduct interviews at the law school but who are interested in receiving resumes from Emory Law students, we will share information about your employment opportunities with our students, collect application materials and forward those materials to you so that you may review them and interview at your convenience. You may request us to post your opportunity via Symplicity. For more information, click the "Post a Job" tab above.
Please contact Laura E. Yearout, Senior Director of Recruiting Programs & Communications, at 404.712.9388 if you have questions about our recruiting programs, or if you have misplaced your Symplicity account log in information.
The Center for Professional Development & Career Strategy participates in and coordinates national job fairs, interview programs and consortia.
For information on participating in any of the following, please contact Laura E. Yearout, Senior Director of Recruiting Programs & Communications, at 404.712.9388. For a complete list of interview programs available to Emory Law students, click here.
New England Interview Program (Boston, MA). Held jointly with the law schools at Arizona State University, Case Western Reserve University, William and Mary, University of Georgia, University of Illinois, University of Richmond, Wake Forest University, Washington and Lee University and Washington University (St. Louis). Registration form.
Southeastern Minority Job Fair (Atlanta, GA). National employer base; sponsored by 52 Southeastern law schools; 135 employers participated in 2007. Registration information is available at www.semjf.org.
Southern California Interview Program (Los Angeles, CA). Held jointly with the law schools at Arizona State, Case Western Reserve, William and Mary, University of Georgia, University of Illinois, University of Richmond, Wake Forest and Washington and Lee University. Registration information is available at http://online.law.asu.edu/SCIP/index.html.
Spring Southeast Legal Hiring Conference (Atlanta, GA). Sponsored by 13 distinguished Southeastern law schools in response to high student interest in southeastern legal careers. Registration information is available at www.law.uga.edu/career/employers/sselhc.html.
The Georgia Consortium
Emory Law is proud to be a part of the Georgia Law School Consortium alongside the four other Georgia law schools: University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Mercer Law School and Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. Each spring the Consortium hosts the Public Sector Career Fair (at Georgia State University) and the Judicial Clerk Interview Program (at the University of Georgia).
Post a Job
Whether youíre looking to hire a student or graduate for part-time, summer, or permanent employment, our online job listings provide a quick way to let students and alumni know about your organizationís recruiting needs.
To post a job opening with us, please complete this form and e-mail it to jobpost(at)law.emory.edu. Alternately, you may post the position on Symplicity by following the directions below.
1) Go to: https://law-emory-csm.symplicity.com/employers
2) Click on the register button and enter your information
3) Once approved, you will receive an e-mail indicating your Username and Password
4) Then go to Symplicity
5) Put in your Username and Password
6) Click on CREATE NON-OCI JOB POSTING
7) Enter position information
By posting a listing with our office, you agree that you will strictly adhere to our Non-Discrimination Policy.
Once your job posting is approved, your position will be visible to Emory Law students and/or alumni. Please contact Laura E. Yearout, Senior Director of Recruiting Programs & Communications, at 404.712.9388, if you have questions.
Job Postings for 1Ls during the Fall SemesterPer guidelines set out by NALP, students should not submit any application materials until December 1 and employers should not interview or make offers to first-year students before December 1.