Seattle University School of Law's Center for Professional Development offers a variety of recruiting services to assist employers with their hiring needs.

SU Law's Non-Discrimination Policy:
The Law School does not discriminate in education, employment, or provision of services on the basis of characteristics which are not job-related, including sex, actual or perceived gender, race, color, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, parental, marital, domestic partner, civil union, military or  veteran status. The facilities and services of the Law School are available only to those employers whose practices are consistent with this policy.  Employers who post a position, register to participate in an on-campus interviewing program or career fair, or use services and facilities provided by the Center for Professional Development at Seattle University School of Law are required to affirm adherence to this stated non-discrimination policy. 

Job Postings

Employers can use Symplicity.com, our web-based job posting network, to post positions and gather application materials online. All Seattle U Law students and alumni have access to this resource, and it provides employers with an efficient way to reach a large applicant pool. We are also happy to post positions to Symplicity for you and can conduct resume collections to streamline the application process. If you would like us to post a job or do a resume collect, please contact Junsen Ohno for more information.

On-Campus Interviewing Events

We also encourage you to register for our Fall or Spring On-Campus Interviewing programs. To register, please contact Junsen Ohno.

State Work-Study

State Work-Study is a form of financial aid that allows a student to work part-time in her or his field of study and that reimburses an employer up to 65% of a student's wages. For a State Work-Study Employer Packet and more information about the program, please contact Student Financial Services.


Today's law students want real-world corporate experience, and the demands for in-house counsel are expanding. At Seattle University School of Law, we are committed to helping you hire a part-time legal intern. For more information, please visit our Corporate Intern Program page.

Speaking Opportunities

CPD coordinates numerous career-related programs for students throughout the academic year. Topics include alternative careers, intellectual property practice, the role of in-house counsel, public interest work, government positions, and many more. We welcome outside speakers to add diversity and depth to these presentations. Employers and professional associations also host numerous information sessions and networking events on-campus. We welcome your participation and are always looking for panelists and programming ideas. If you would like to host an event for students, please contact CPD Assistant Dean, Georgia Woodruff.


Read more about our legal education programs, including our top-ranked legal writing program and our clinical programs.