Arizona Law Career Development Office

The counselors in the Career Development Office are all former practicing attorneys and are experts at matching students with the right employers in Tucson, throughout Arizona and the U.S., and around the world.

Put Our Talents to Work

The Career Development Office (CDO) works with a wide range of employers including law firms, public interest organizations, the judiciary, businesses, and compliance consultants with opportunities ranging from full-time positions to project-based needs.

The CDO offers a number of services to connect you with our law students and graduates. We are delighted to assist you with:

  • Creating an on-line job posting so all current students and graduates can view a description of your opportunity and application instructions.
  • Scheduling interviews at Arizona Law or during one of our organized recruiting events, including on-campus events and our regional interviewing events in Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, Albuquerque & Los Angeles.
  • Introducing you to our students through informal events, including office hours and lunch time talks held in our state-of-the-art conference room.

A number of our services are available through CareerCAT, Arizona Law’s job bank and recruitment system. Visit CareerCAT to register for an account, meet the Career Development team or contact us at law-careers@email.arizona.edu.  

Want to discuss your unique hiring needs?  Contact Assistant Dean Karen Kowalski at kkowalski@email.arizona.edu or 520-626-6107.

Principles of Equal Opportunity in Hiring

The University of Arizona College of Law Career Development Office expects that prospective employers will provide University of Arizona students and graduates with equal opportunity to obtain employment, without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or sexual orientation.  The Law School does not make its services, interviewing facilities, or job posting and recruiting system available to employers who discriminate or segregate in their hiring on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. A limited exception to this policy exists for military recruiters, but only insofar as their employment and hiring practices are permitted under existing federal law.