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Recruitment Programs

Career Services helps students and graduates determine and fulfill their career goals, whether their aspirations lead them to private practice, public interest, military, government service, corporate, academia, judicial clerkships or alternative legal careers.

The office sponsors a fall recruiting program that connects employers to Georgia State Law for on-campus interviewing, resume forwarding and other initiatives. Our early on-campus recruiting normally occurs in August before classes begin, followed by the traditional fall on-campus interview program in September and October.

  • Large firms (50 or more attorneys)
  • Medium firms (26-50 attorneys)
  • Small firms (on a limited basis)
  • Large government agencies
  • Fellowships and honors programs

Career Services sponsors a spring recruiting program in February and March that includes on-campus interviewing, resume forwarding and direct-contact initiatives.

  • Medium firms (26-50 attorneys)
  • Small firms (up to 25 attorneys)
  • Business and industry
  • Federal, state and local government
  • Public interest organizations
  • Judiciary
  • Fellowship and Honors programs
Many students are attracted to public interest law, in which lawyers advocate for consumers, minorities, poverty-stricken people and others whose rights are in jeopardy. For more information about careers in this field, browse these websites:
Georgia State University College of Law Nondiscrimination 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 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. File a complaint.

 
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