Career Services Office

KU Law students at Legal Career Options Day

Welcome to the KU Law Career Services Office!

Planning for your career begins before you arrive on campus for the first day of classes. The Career Services Office’s commitment to you is lifelong.

We work with prospective students to understand the options they may have in school and after graduation, current students to secure opportunities during their time at KU Law, and graduates as they look to launch their careers in industries ranging from law to business to not-for-profits across the region, country and abroad. We also work with alumni wishing to move or change careers.

If you’re an employer seeking to post a job or a student or alumnus searching for an opportunity, please click on the appropriate button at right to be taken directly to Symplicity, our online job posting and search system.

Top 23.3%:

ranked 47th nationally for overall employment outcomes


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students in the Class of 2015 who secured federal and state judicial clerkships


Top 22.8%:

ranked 46th nationally for "best jobs" (full-time, long-term jobs for which bar passage is required or the J.D. is an advantage)

 

Symplicity access for students and alumni
Symplicity access for employers
Career Services Reciprocity Request

Contact the Career Services Office

Arturo Thompson, Assistant Dean
arturot@ku.edu | 785-864-9257

Leah Terranova, Director
leaht@ku.edu | 785-864-4357

Meredith Wiggins, Administrative Associate
meredith.wiggins@ku.edu | 785-864-4377

Career Events
Why KU
  • Top 25 among public law schools — Business Insider
  • KU’s Project for Innocence: 2 wrongfully convicted citizens serving life sentences freed in 2015
  • 7,700+ alumni in all 50 states, D.C., 3 U.S. territories, and 20 foreign countries
  • 91 percent overall employment rate for Class of 2015 – top 23.3 percent nationally
  • 23rd in the nation for most-improved employment rates
  • One-third of full-time faculty have written casebooks and treatises
  • 25th nationwide for lowest debt at graduation
  • 21st: “Best Schools for Practical Training”
  • 77 percent of upper-level law classes have 25 or fewer students
  • National Champions: 2016 National Native American Law Students Association Moot Court Competition
  • #19 moot court program in the nation
  • #17 “best value” law school in the nation — National Jurist Magazine