University of Arizona Law
You need smart, engaged employees who are great at what they do and can immediately contribute to your organization’s goals.
University of Arizona Law’s Career Development Office is poised to meet your specific hiring needs, whatever the position or duration. Staffed by a team of experienced legal professionals, the office provides the resources, consultation and access you need to find your ideal candidate on your terms.
We work with a wide range of employers including law firms, public interest organizations, the judiciary, businesses and compliance consultants to fill openings ranging from full-time positions to project-based needs.
Opportunities to Connect with Law Students and Graduates
- Create an online job posting in our CareerCAT job bank and recruitment system, visible to all law students and graduates
- Participate in organized recruiting events, including on-campus events and regional interviewing events in Phoenix, Albuquerque, Los Angeles, Orange County and the Bay Area
- Meet students through informal events, including office hours and lunch-time talks held in our state-of-the-art conference room
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.