Why recruit Brooklyn Law School students?
Access our talented pool of students and graduates through job listings, campus interviews, and events.
Brooklyn Law School attracts highly qualified students from the most prestigious undergraduate institutions, and our alumni network of graduates extends worldwide. Our students and graduates have long been sought after and praised by employers for their excellent work ethic and preparedness for legal practice. We pride ourselves on our accomplished and motivated student body and we offer many opportunities throughout the year for employers to meet with potential candidates for hire.
Post a Job
Register with our Symplicity password-protected database, and your job listing will appear within 48 hours. When submitting an open position, you may request that we collect application materials on your behalf, or instruct candidates to send their materials to you directly. We also accept confidential listings.
Alternatively, you may submit a job listing through our online form.
We invite employers to participate in interviews on-campus through our Fall On-Campus Interviewing (Fall OCI) Program, or throughout the school year. The Fall OCI Program is sponsored in two interviewing sessions—an early interview week in late-July, and the regular season from mid- August through October. We do not use a lottery system, so the choice of interviewing candidates is all yours. We are currently hosting interviews via video conferencing technology, and we can also collect resumes for you from interested students and send them to you in one package.
You may register and request your interview date through Symplicity or by using our online registration form. You will receive a confirmation by email.
Programs, Workshops, and Receptions
Career information programs are hosted throughout the academic year to offer employers numerous opportunities to introduce themselves to Brooklyn Law School students. These include participation in informational or practice area programs.
Policy of Non-Discrimination
Brooklyn Law School is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and nondiscrimination in the education and employment of all qualified persons, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, gender identity or expression, age, disability, race, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, marital status or parental status in its admission or employment policies or in access to any of its educational, financial aid or other programs. The facilities and resources of the Career Development Center are available only to employers whose practices are consistent with this policy.