Annual Employment Recruiting Events
Projected Dates for 2019-2021
Arizona Law Spring Interview Program
The Spring Interview Program hosts law firm and corporate employers at the College of Law to interview 1L and 2L students for summer positions and graduating 3L students for post-graduate positions.
Employer registration for this event opens in October; employers select any date within a two-week span in February to interview law students.
2019 Click here to register now on CareerCAT
Week One: Monday, Feb. 4 - Friday, Feb. 8
Week Two: Monday, Feb. 11 - Friday, Feb. 15
Week One: Monday, Feb. 3 - Friday, Feb. 7
Week Two: Monday, Feb. 10 - Friday, Feb. 14
Week One: Monday, Feb. 8 - Friday, Feb. 12
Week Two: Monday, Feb. 15 - Friday, Feb. 19
Sonoran Desert Public Sector Career Fair
The Sonoran Desert Public Sector Career Fair hosts federal, state, and local government agencies, and public interest organizations, for scheduled interviews of 1L and 2L students for summer and fall positions available with and without credit/pay, and 3L students for post-graduate positions. The Sonoran Career Fair also hosts lunch hour table talks that connect employer representatives with Arizona Law talent. The Arizona Law CDO hosts this two-day event in partnership with Arizona State University College Law, maximizing employment connections in both Tucson and Phoenix.
Employer registration for this event opens in October; employers may choose to participate in Tucson at the UA College of Law, in Phoenix at ASU College of Law, or both.
2019 More information and Registration here
Tucson Day: Thursday, Feb, 21
Phoenix Day: Friday, Feb. 22
Tucson Day: Thursday, Feb, 20
Phoenix Day: Friday, Feb. 21
Tucson Day: Thursday, Feb. 25
Phoenix Day: Friday, Feb. 26
Arizona Law Spring Externship Fair
The Arizona Law Spring Externship Fair is scheduled for Thursday, April 4, 2019. Agencies with available externships will host tables in the Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie Lobby.
Arizona Law Fall Interview Programs
The Fall Interview Programs are hosted locally at the College of Law in Tucson (On-Campus Interviewing), regionally in Phoenix, and in cities throughout the western US determined each year based on employer hiring needs and student body interest. Recent Fall Interview Programs include the Albuquerque Interview Program, Bay Area Interview Program, Los Angeles Interview Program, and Orange County Interview Program. Employers participating in Fall Interview Programs generally include law firms looking for summer associates and entry-level attorneys, though government agencies and corporate offices also recruit at the events.
Employer registration for these events open in March; employers may choose to participate in one or more interview programs. Employers registering for the Tucson Interview Program select any date within a two-week span in August to interview law students.
Receptions are held in conjunction with a number of the Fall Interview Programs, including the Arizona Law Meet the Phoenix Employers Reception, which is held on the evening prior to the Phoenix Interview Program.
Tucson Interview Program 2019
Week One: Monday, Aug. 12 - Friday, Aug. 16
Week Two: Monday, Aug. 19 - Friday, Aug. 23
Tucson Interview Program 2020
Week One: Monday, Aug. 10 - Friday, Aug. 14
Week Two: Monday, Aug. 17 - Friday, Aug. 21
Tucson Interview Program 2021
Week One: Monday, Aug. 9 - Friday, Aug. 13
Week Two: Monday, Aug. 16 - Friday, Aug. 20
Phoenix Interview Program 2019
Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019
Phoenix Interview Program 2020
Phoenix Interview Program 2021
If you are unable to join us at a scheduled Interview Program, consider posting an opportunity through the Arizona Law job board and scheduling interviews at your convenience. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with this.
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.