Pairing specific employers with specific students
Concordia University School of Law is committed to connecting students and employers through a variety of professional development opportunities. Our students bring true professional abilities and acumen to the table and are ready to hit the ground running – be it for an internship, clerkship, or full-time position following graduation. Through our Career Services Office, we can assist you with finding the right person for your job.
Our staff is ready to help fulfill your law student and post-graduate legal recruitment needs, including summer interns, summer associates, part-time interns during the academic year, or full-time post graduate employees. Please contact the Career Services Office and we will assist you in developing a job posting for Hire Concordia Law that attracts top candidates.
In addition to rigorous, thorough, and advanced legal education, Concordia University School of Law requires numerous experiential and practical legal experiences for our students. As a result, these students are well prepared to step into the day-to-day practice responsibilities of being a lawyer.
To see for yourself, we invite you to come to the Concordia Law campus for personal interviews. It’s an ideal opportunity to meet with individual students one-on-one and see if they are the best fit for your firm or office. Please contact the Career Services Office for available dates and times.
Job fairs can be a quick and effective way to connect with a variety of potential job candidates. If you’re hosting or sponsoring a job fair that involves employment of any kind in the legal field, we welcome the opportunity to help. Please contact the Career Services Office.
Equal Opportunity in Job Placement: Concordia University School of Law is committed to equal opportunity for all persons on the basis of individual merit and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, familial status, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion or age. The School of Law requires all employers using the services and facilities of the Office of Career Services to comply with this policy; with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations; and with pertinent standards of the American Bar Association, the Association of American Law Schools, and the National Association for Law Placement.