Georgia State College of Law graduates are highly sought by employers in every legal arena. More than 85 percent of our graduates find jobs using their legal degrees within ten months of graduation because law firms, businesses, judiciary, government and public sector organizations value their keen knowledge, flexibility and desire to work hard.
If you plan to hire an attorney, summer associate or law clerk in the coming year, our Career Services team can assist with your hiring needs.
On-Campus Interviews and Resume Collect
In the fall and spring each year, we offer dedicated space and time for on-campus interviews. You can meet multiple candidates for your open positions in one convenient location. To recruit at the college during fall or spring semester, call 404-413-9070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fax or Email
Short-Term Hiring Assistance and Recruitment Program (S.H.A.R.P.)
This program can help solo practitioners, small firms and corporations recruit top talent. Georgia State Law’s S.H.A.R.P. program provides employers a fast and free option for securing qualified applicants for short-term assignments, as well as law clerk and associate positions.
Through S.H.A.R.P. employers can access a pool of pre-qualified candidates for short-term projects (within 24 hours), post positions on our job board, or receive resume books filled with our top-notch students and recent graduates. You may also interview these candidates on campus. Employers benefit by saving time and money in recruitment, streamlining the process and hiring effective personnel.
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 nondiscrimination 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.