February 2020 Career Fair at UConn School of Law
Center for Career Development

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Our mission is to assist students in developing the professional knowledge and skills necessary for them to build rewarding careers. As we firmly believe legal careers are not “one size fits all,” we work closely with every student to create personalized career plans. All of our students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the one-on-one counseling services, the multitude of networking opportunities and the various professional programs offered by the Center for Career Development during their time in law school.

In furtherance of our mission, the Center for Career Development also offers a variety of ways for employers to engage with our students and graduates. We regularly hold on- and off-campus recruiting events, participate in regional and specialty career fairs and conferences and invite employers to contact us directly any time they have positions to fill. We offer employers easy access to all of our recruiting materials and information via Symplicity, our password-protected recruiting site.

Reciprocity for Non-UConn Law Individuals

Graduates: UConn Law provides reciprocal resources through our participation in the BYU Intercollegiate Job Bank.

Students: At the discretion of the CCD and in consideration of past reciprocity extended to UConn Law School students/graduates, reciprocity (December 2 - May 31 only) may be granted to students of other law schools that are members of NALP. The requesting individual’s Career Office must submit a request by email to the CCD at law.careers@uconn.edu.

Read more in the UConn Law Center for Career Development’s Reciprocity Policy (pdf) »

Reciprocity for UConn Law Students and Graduates

UConn Law graduates should use the BYU Job Bank to access job postings from other schools. UConn Law Students who wish to request reciprocity from another school should contact the CCD for assistance. Students are limited to one reciprocity request to one school per semester.