On-Campus Interviews

The Career Services Office assists employers in recruiting Barry law students and graduates through job postings on our online database, on-campus interview programs, and resume collection and referral service.

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Post a Job

Employers seeking full-time or part-time law clerks during the academic year, summer associates or summer law clerks, entry-level attorneys, or lateral hires may fill immediate hiring needs by posting a position on Symplicity, our online database. If you have not yet created an account, follow the link provided and select Register on the home page. There are links to post a “local” position in our database, or post a position at several law schools with just one form. Alternatively, you may complete our Job Posting Form and send it via fax (321-206-5629) or e-mail.

On Campus Interviews & Resume Collection

The Career Services Office welcomes employers to interview students for summer and post-graduation positions during its On-Campus Interview (OCI) program during the fall and spring semesters. We arrange interviews to accommodate your schedule, and provide private office space.

If you cannot visit our campus, the CSO will collect student resumes and forward a package to you. This allows you to review application materials of all interested Barry law students at the same time and either invite candidates to interview at your office or conduct interviews at the law school.

Employers can register for OCI or Resume Collection on Symplicity. Alternatively, you can complete our OCI and Resume Collection Form and send it via fax (321-206-5629) or e-mail.

If you have any questions, or wish to participate in either of these programs, please contact Bradley Merritt, Director of Career Services, at 321-206-5628 or bmerritt@barry.edu .

Information Sessions, Panel Discussions & Presentations

The CSO welcomes employers to hold information sessions about their organizations, participate in panel discussions regarding practice areas, and present other topics that would be of interest to our students.