The Career Development Office offers its students and graduates two online job posting databases.
Access Symplicity: The Career Development Office maintains its own online job posting database on Symplicity , a password protected site. Available on Symplicity are summer and school year positions for students as well as post-graduate attorney positions. All UM law students and graduates have access to Symplicity. To obtain your username and password, please email email@example.com with your full name, graduation month/year, C-number or Cane ID number and preferred e-mail address.
Alumni: If you do not know your Cane I.D., please visit the main university website and click on "Quick Links" located on the left-hand side, "my UM," and follow the instructions to retrieve your Cane I.D. or create a new one.
Access the Intercollegiate Job Bank: The Intercollegiate Job Bank is the result of a consortium of member law schools around the country who share job postings for post-graduate positions. This is a useful tool if you are seeking a position elsewhere in the United States. A username and password is necessary to access the above link. If you would like to access the Intercollegiate Job Bank, please call the CDO at 305-284-2668 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to provide your name and year of graduation.
The Career Development Office maintains a page that lists opportunities in the public sector. If you are considering a job or internship in the public interest field please look at the on-line public Interest opportunities page. Additionally, the CDO is a member of PSJD, the online resource connecting public interest law job-seekers with their ideal opportunities in the public interest arena, in government, at law schools, and around the globe.
If you have any questions, comments or problems accessing the online job posting databases, please contact the Career Development Office at 305-284-2668.
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