Faulkner University

Employers

Thank you for visiting the Office of Career Services at Faulkner University's Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. The CSO can help you find your firm or organization's next attorney, summer associate, law clerk or intern.

RECRUITING

On-Campus Interviewing Program

Representatives from a number of organizations hold interviews at the Law School on an annual basis to recruit students for internships, summer employment and attorney positions. On-campus interviewing takes place twice a year during the fall and spring semesters. There is no charge for this service. Employers may use our facilities for interviewing or prescreening law students.

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Resume Screening and Collection Service

Employers who wish to recruit on campus but are not able to visit the law school campus may request to have resumes forwarded to their office. The Career Services Office will collect and forward resumes to potential employers who may have a need for this type of service.

If you would like to participate in OCI by having resumes forwarded to your office you may register online.

 

Job Posting

Employers interested in posting a job opportunity for current law students or alumni may send their position announcements to our office by e-mail, fax or by contacting the Director of Career Services. The opportunities are posted on the on-line database. For employers who wish to receive resumes directly, the Career Services Office will publicize information about your organization and the position available so candidates may communicate with you directly. If you wish to post a position, download the Job Post Form and return it to the Career Services Office or you may post your position directly on Symplicity.

 

Career Services Policies

Thomas Goode Jones School of Law adheres to the policies of the National Association of Legal Professionals (NALP) and the American Bar Association (ABA). All employers that utilize the Career Services Office at Thomas Goode Jones School in any capacity are agreeing to abide by the law school’s non-discrimination statement.

 

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

 

 
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