The Law School Career Center

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Contact Us

We are working remotely through the fall 2020 semester. Please connect with your career counselor via email which can be found on the Career Center staff page.

Symplicity is our internal job board for law students and the tool to schedule an appointment with your career counselor.

For general questions, including Symplicity related matters and programming information, please contact our front desk at lawcareers@umn.edu.

Opt-In Listservs:

The Career Center uses the listservs below to regularly send out information about job postings, networking events, and other forms of professional development. We encourage you to sign up for each listserv that corresponds with your goals and interests.

Corporate Law -- students interested in practicing corporate law or working as in-house counsel

Diversity & Inclusion -- students interested in diversity and inclusion programs, events, networking opportunities, and other D&I announcements.

First Generation Law Student -- students who are the first in their families to attend college or law school and/or come from an economically disadvantaged background

International Student -- students who are on a student visa to attend law school in the U.S.

Human Rights Center -- students interested in human rights law and related opportunities.

Judicial Clerkships -- students who are interested in working in a postgraduate judicial clerkship

Patent Law / Intellectual Property -- students who are Patent Bar eligible and/or who have an interest in soft IP (e.g. trademarks, copyright, etc.) opportunities

Postgraduate Fellowships -- rising 3Ls who are interested in postgraduate public interest fellowships

Private Sector -- students interest in working in a private practice setting (law firm or business)

Public Interest -- students who are interested in working in government at any level and nonprofits, as well as foreign equivalents, including public defense and prosecution

Tax & Accounting -- students interested in practicing tax law and/or working for a tax or accounting firm

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