CUNY Law Job Portal
We look forward to a long and beneficial relationship with you in facilitating your hiring some of the best lawyers in America. Our Career Planning Office offers employers several kinds of opportunities that make CUNY Law students and alumni/ae aware of employers and employment opportunities. Career Planning maintains employer files and job listings for access by our students and alumni/ae who are in the job market. You may post employment opportunities with us free of charge by mail, fax, online or email (online and email preferred).
You may place your posting directly online at our Job Portal. Our job posting site maintained by Symplicity offers features which you may find useful. Through this system, you could choose to have applicants to send their application by mail, fax or email; however you could also choose to have applicants submit their applications to your online account (to which you will have exclusive access).
You can also choose to have us post it online on your behalf. Postings may submitted by downloading the Employment Opportunity Form <pdf> and sending it by Fax to 718-340-4430 or email us (preferred) a job description.
On-Campus and Off-Campus Interviewing
On-campus and off-campus interviewing of our students is available from early September thru late April. There is no fee for interviewing CUNY Law students and employers are permitted to pre-screen all applicants. Interested employers should contact Sam Sue.
Non-Discrimination Requirement of Employers Utilizing the Services of CUNY Law Career Planning
CUNY Law School is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Institution. The Career Planning Office of CUNY Law School does not knowingly publicize opportunities (jobs, internships, fellowships, volunteering) or organizations that limit opportunities on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic predisposition or carrier status, alienage, citizenship, military or veteran status or status as victim of domestic violence. Presence on the Law School Career Planning Office website is available only to employers, organizations and agencies which agree to abide by this policy. Employers are referred to the City University of New York Non-Discrimination Policy effective October 1, 2004.
Job Fairs and Career Events in which CUNY Law Students and Graduates Participate
The Public Interest Legal Job Fair Career at New York University School of Law, The Public Interest Career Reception at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the Vault Job Fair in New York City, The Northeast BLSA Job Fair, The Lavender Law Fair, Equal Justice Works Job Fair in Washington DC, and our own On-Campus Interviewing Program.