Resources for Employers
The KU Law Career Services Office takes pride in working with a wide variety of employers including law firms of all sizes, government agencies and offices, public interest organizations, corporate employers and more.
We want working with KU Law to be easy for each employer. Our office is happy to host employers for on-campus and virtual interviews, send resume books, advertise job postings and find other solutions to connect our students with great opportunities.
Want to advertise a job, internship or other opportunity to students and graduates immediately? Do so on Symplicity, our career service management platform.
Want to join us for On-Campus Interviews or want to develop a plan that fits your organization's recruiting strategy? Contact the KU Law Career Services Office today.
Why Hire KU Law?
Jayhawk lawyers bring highly developed research and writing skills to their first day of practice, built through an intensive legal research and writing program. Learn more about our students and their accomplishments.
How do KU Law graduates achieve such excellent employment results? Through programming supported by our excellent employers.
KU Law Recruitment Policy
KU Law values diversity in its student body and respects the dignity and rights of each individual. Before registering for recruitment events at KU Law, including on-campus interviews, employers must agree to abide by the School of Law's nondiscrimination policy outlined in the Law School Charter and as set forth below:
Section 6.2: Nondiscrimination and Inclusion
The Law School seeks to create a learning environment in which all students can thrive. It is committed to providing fair and equitable treatment to all faculty, students, and staff, regardless of their background, and to combating discrimination in all its forms.
Section 6.2.1. The Law School will foster and maintain equality of opportunity for students, faculty, and staff, without discrimination or segregation on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, or military status.
Section 6.2.2. The Law School will foster diversity and inclusion by providing full opportunities for the study of law and entry into the profession by members of underrepresented groups, particularly racial and ethnic minorities, and by ensuring that the student body, faculty, and staff are diverse with respect to gender, race, and ethnicity.
Section 6.2.3. The Law School will provide reasonable accommodations for students, faculty, and staff with disabilities and establish a process, in conjunction with the University, for assessing and handling requests for reasonable accommodations.