Thank you for your interest in hiring ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law students and graduates. You may list an available law clerk or attorney position, or alternate positions of interest to law students and graduates free of charge with our Career Strategy and Professional Development Mentoring Center. Your listing will be posted online with our Career Services Manager (CSM) system hosted by Symplicity. All ASU Law students and graduates, as well as graduates from other law schools with reciprocity, will have access to your posting. Please note that by posting a job with the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, you agree to comply with the non-discrimination policy set forth in the College equal opportunity statement, which can be found below. You may also view our employer's policies and procedures.
Unless indicated otherwise, job postings will be maintained for thirty days. Should you close the position prior to that time, or wish to extend the posting beyond the allotted time, or want to make any changes in the listing, please contact Sarah Dunne or call 480-965-2305.
Please note for unpaid interns:
Any positions listed as Unpaid are presumed to be in compliance with federal and state labor and employment laws. For additional information please visit the United States Department of Labor: Wage and Hour Division.
If your organization has previously posted a position or has participated in our on-campus interviewing program, you have an existing profile on Symplicity. If you do not have record of or have misplaced your username and password, contact Sarah Dunne at 480-965-2305 for assistance.
If you prefer that our office post your position on Symplicity, download by clicking here the Job Listing Form and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 480-727-8955. Once the completed Job Listing Form is received we will register you as an employer on the CSM system and post the job.
If you have any questions about either of these services, contact the Career Center at (480) 965-5808.
Employers using these services or the facilities of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, or participating in events hosted at ASU, agree to abide by all applicable federal, state, board and university laws or policies on non-discrimination.