The Office of Career Services is happy to schedule virtual interviews, arrange a resume forward, advertise student and alumni positions, and arrange your participation in one of our many interview programs. Our students offer outstanding credentials, diverse backgrounds, exceptional professional skills, broad geographic interests, significant co-curricular accomplishments and a commitment to public service. We look forward to working with you and thank you for recruiting William & Mary students and graduates.
William & Mary Law School is pleased to grant employers access Symplicity (registration required), our on-line job posting and web-based recruiting system. In Symplicity, you may create an employer profile, post a student or alumni job, schedule virtual interviews, and arrange a resume forward. If you are having trouble logging onto this site, please feel free to contact [[jsdow,Career Services]] by email or by phone at (757) 221-7414.
In addition to Symplicity, we also offer the following online forms for your recruiting needs.
Summer & Fall 2022 Virtual On-Campus Interviews (OCIs) (August 2, 2022 to October 28, 2022). Register today!
2021-2022 Virtual Interview Programs
- Commonwealth Law School Consortium Spring Interview Program (March 25, 2022)
- Government and Public Interest Interview Program (February 11, 2022)
- Greater Washington DC Interview Program (July 26-27, 2022)
- New England Interview Program (August 5, 2022)
- Northeast Interview Program (July 29, 2022)
- Southern Legal Interview Program (July 25, 2022)
Post Jobs and Collect Resumes
- Request A Resume Collection (OCS to send all student materials at one time)
- Advertise Student Jobs (each student will send materials individually)
- Advertise Positions for Recent Graduates and Experienced Attorneys
Unless otherwise constrained by law, William & Mary Law School is committed to providing an environment for its students and employees that is free from (1) discrimination based on any personal factor unrelated to qualifications or performance such as, without limitation, race or color, citizenship, national origin or ethnicity, ancestry, religion or creed, political affiliation or belief, age, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, marital status, pregnancy status, parental status, height, weight, military service, veteran status, caretaker status, or family medical or genetic information and (2) harassment, including sexual harassment. William & Mary also provides reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities as required by law.
In fulfillment of this policy and prior to using the services or facilities of William & Mary Law School's Office of Career Services (including, but not limited to the posting of jobs and participating in the Law School’s on- and off-campus interview programs), employers (1) acknowledge that they have read and understand this policy, (2) agree that their recruiting and employment practices are consistent with this policy, and (3) agree that they will not engage in any discriminatory or harassing behavior that violates this policy. William & Mary Law School reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to suspend or terminate an employer’s use of its services or facilities if the employer engages in conduct or behavior that is inconsistent with this policy.
As required in the Code of Virginia for public institutions of higher education, and under threat of loss of federal funding, the Law School permits military recruiters to engage in recruiting activities at the Law School, despite certain military recruiting and hiring policies that may be inconsistent with this non-discrimination policy.
Law School Funding for Public Interest and Government Positions
The Law School helps public sector and non profit-organizations hiring students and recent graduates by providing public service fellowships and loan repayment assistance.