Helping you with your hiring needs.
The College of Law provides support to employers seeking to engage and hire our students and alumni. Whether you're looking to build a new relationship with College of Law students, strengthen an already existing partnership, or simply fill your hiring needs, a call to our office is a step in the right direction. We are happy to connect you with Syracuse Law students through participation on a panel, conducting on-campus interviews, collecting resumes, posting an internship or job opportunity, or sponsoring a career-related event.
The Office of Career Services is happy to collect application materials from students for your open positions. Should you wish to interview students at Syracuse Law, the Office has several interview rooms and will coordinate your interview schedule.
If you would like us to collect application materials, but prefer to select and schedule interviews at your convenience, we also offer a Resume Collect option.
Please complete the registration form to participate in either our on-campus interview program or to schedule a Resume Collect.
Alternatively, employers are welcome to simply submit employment opportunities, which we will post in our job database, Symplicity CSM. To submit a job posting, complete the job post form[PDF] and email or fax (315.433.3086) it to our office.
Please feel free to call us (315.443.1941) to discuss your hiring needs.
Syracuse University College of Law does not discriminate and prohibits harassment or discrimination related to any protected category including creed, ethnicity, citizenship, sexual orientation, national origin, sex, gender, pregnancy, disability, marital status, political or social affiliation, age, race, color, veteran status, military status, religion, sexual orientation, domestic violence status, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression or perceived gender1.
1 Title IX prohibits harassment or discrimination based on sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, or gender identity. Titles VI and VII prohibit harassment or discrimination based on race, national origin, or color. Sections 503 and 504 of the federal Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibit discrimination or harassment because of disability. In addition, New York law prohibits discrimination or harassment based on these and other protected categories.