Working while you are in law school and/or during your summer/holiday breaks builds legal experience, broadens your professional network, helps refine your interests, and leads to valuable post-graduate job opportunities.
The Career Development Office uses Symplicity to post a number of employment options to students and alumni:
- Paid clerkships with law firms, government entities, and other employers, including listings with Loyola’s On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program and the Government Honors Handbook
- Unpaid internships/volunteer opportunities
- Judicial clerkships
- Opportunities for post-graduate employment
Each student enrolled at Loyola College of Law has an account in Symplicity and is able to view available job opportunities. Graduates retain access to Symplicity, and other career advising services, for free, for life.
Please log in with your Loyno email username and password. If you need assistance with your password, please contact the Career Development Office at 861-5562 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loyola offers other ways to gain legal experience:
- The Gillis Long Poverty Law Center (http://www.loyno.edu/gillislong/) offers paid internships with public interest organizations during all three semesters of school and post graduate fellowship opportunities.
- Externships for academic credit are offered during all three semesters of school.
- The Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice offers is a fully functioning live-client legal clinic which allows third-year law students the opportunity to represent indigent clients under the supervision of experienced attorneys.