Georgia State University College of Law graduates are highly desired by employers in every legal arena.
More than 90 percent of our graduates are hired to work as attorneys within nine months of graduation and firms, companies and organizations value their keen knowledge, flexibility and desire to work hard.
If you are planning to hire an attorney, summer associate, or law clerk in the coming year, the Career Services Office is at your service. We will post your job listings, arrange on- and off- campus interviews, and assist with all of your hiring needs.
- Resume Collect: We will post your job openings, collect and package student application materials for you to review at your convenience.
- On-Campus Interviews: We offer dedicated space and time for on-campus interviews in the fall and winter of each year.
- Video Conference Interviews: Video conferences can be set-up for employers who have interest in our students but are unable to visit the College of Law campus.
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We encourage employers to submit their job openings to the College of Law. Here's how:
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Fax or Mail
Submit your opening via fax at (404) 413-9079 or mail to:
Georgia State University College of Law
Attn: Career Services Office
P.O. Box 4037
Atlanta, GA 30302-4037
To recruit at Georgia State during fall or spring semester, please call (404) 413-9070 or email email@example.com.
Georgia State University College of Law Non-Discrimination Policy and Statement Regarding Military Recruitment:
The Georgia State University College of Law prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or veteran status. To access the services of our Career Services Office, employers must agree to comply with this non-discrimination policy.
NOTE: Students are encouraged to inform the Career Services Director immediately if, at any time during the recruitment process, he/she feels an employer acts in a manner not consistent with the College of Law's policies and statements as set forth above.