Career Services is prepared to collaborate with you in a variety of ways to help meet your hiring needs. Our career professionals are available to discuss your specific requirements and how the office can assist you in recruiting students and alumni of the Law School. If you have questions or would like to speak with a member of our staff, please contact us at (413) 782-1416.
Online Job Postings for Students and Alumni
Employers may advertise positions for full-time, part-time, or summer law clerk positions through Career Services at any time during the year. Simply email a job description to email@example.com, call us at 413-782-1416, or complete the job posting form by accessing the link below. We post position announcements daily in Symplicity, available to both students and alumni, without charge to employers. Western New England University School Law reserves the right to prohibit any organization from posting and recruiting on campus.
On-Campus Interviews and Résumé Collections
Beginning in late August and continuing throughout the year, Career Services arranges on-campus interviews for employers interested in our students. On-campus interviews provide an excellent opportunity to meet with and identify individuals whose academic achievements, legal interests, and practical skills are compatible with your organization. If you are unable or prefer not to perform on-campus interviews, we can collect and forward résumés to you or have interested students apply directly to you.
Employer Panels and Information Sessions
Throughout the academic year, Career Services organizes various employer panels and information sessions to assist our students in understanding the expectations and requirements of various legal professions. Individual information sessions offer a more intimate setting, providing the chance to speak specifically about your organization and to interact with participants on a more personal level.
Employers can click here to post a job.
If your organization would like to recruit directly through Symplicity, please click here for our Employer-side Symplicity site.
If you are planning on hiring an unpaid intern, make sure you are aware of the requirements. Click here for the U.S. Dept. of Labor Fact Sheet on unpaid internships.
Nondiscrimination Statement: The facilities and resources of Career Services at the Western New England University School of Law are available only to those employers who do not discriminate on the ground of race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sex, gender (including gender identity and gender expression), age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status. As a potential employer of our students we expect that you will abide by this nondiscrimination statement.