Annual Employment Recruiting Events

Arizona Law Spring Interview Programs

The Arizona Law Spring Interview Program hosts law firm and corporate employers to interview 1L and 2L students for summer positions, and 3L students for post-graduate positions. This year, virtual and in-person interview options will be available, giving employers increased flexibility to connect with Arizona Law students from anywhere in the country. Employers participating in the Spring Interview Program generally include law firms looking for summer associates and entry-level attorneys, though government agencies and corporate offices also recruit at this event.

Registration for this event is now open; employers may select from a range of dates in January for interviews.

2022 Dates 

  • 1L Early Interview Week: Tuesday, January 18 to Friday, January 21
  • Spring Interview Program: Monday, January 24 to Friday, January 28


2022 Sonoran Desert Public Sector Career Fair

The 21st annual Sonoran Desert Public Sector Career Fair will host public interest organizations and federal, state, and local government agencies for scheduled interviews, connecting Arizona Law students with employers looking to hire for internships, externships, and post-graduate positions. The Arizona Law CDO hosts this three-day event every February, in partnership with Arizona State University College Law, maximizing employment connections in Tucson, Phoenix, and regionally. 

2022 Dates

  • Sonoran Desert Public Sector Career Fair Virtual Day: Tuesday, February 8
  • Sonoran Desert Public Sector Career Fair Tucson Day: Thursday, February 10
  • Sonoran Desert Public Sector Career Fair Phoenix Day: Friday, February 11


Please contact the Career Development Office at with any questions. We are here to help!

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, sexual orientation, veteran's status, genetic information, gender identity or gender expression.  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, veteran's status, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression 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.

Updated 12/07/2021