Recruit Stetson Students
Stetson Law's Career and Professional Development team is making it easier to meet your hiring needs regardless of whether you are a law firm, business, government entity, or non-profit, and for either legal or J.D. Advantage positions.
We encourage you to consider outsourcing your talent identification needs to Stetson Law's experienced Career Development professionals. Below you will learn more about our options for free, convenient, and tailored employer services.
Post your job to our Stetson Law Jobs board on Symplicity to hire Stetson Law students and graduates. This approach allows applicants to apply directly to you. Create your own Symplicity Employer account and post a job right now.
Job postings are ideal for employers looking to immediately hire students or graduates or employers who are looking to receive applicant materials as they are submitted.
If you have questions or need any assistance, please contact the Career and Professional Development Department at [email protected].
Stetson Law’s Recruiting Program allows employers to reserve virtual interview dates and/or receive student or recent graduate (1-year post-JD) application materials on a specified date (resume collect). If your organization is interested in recruiting Stetson Law students or recent graduates via the Recruiting program complete our Recruitment Registration form.
Our Recruitment Program is ideal for employers looking to hire summer associates, summer law clerks, or recruit upcoming graduates for post-graduate positions.
Our Resident-at-Law program benefits solo and small-firm practitioners, and recent law school graduates and is based on the groundbreaking program started by Naples estate planning and probate solo practitioner Laird A. Lile. Praised by the Bar and profiled in national legal publications, this model, which emulates a medical residency, involves a commitment by the selected, recently licensed attorney to serve the firm for a specified period of time, and in exchange, the firm commits to teaching the basics of law practice management. The law firm pays the Resident as an employee and the Resident's work on client matters is billable, at the discretion of the law firm, to the law firm's clients. Stetson has consulted with Lile and has developed a toolkit of best practice information, template forms, job descriptions, sample offer letters, and other items. For more information on how you can start a Resident at Law program for your practice, contact Lindey Lamb at [email protected] or 727-562-7778.
In addition to helping you attract a pool of legal talent, we can supply you with tools to choose the right individual. We offer a range of employer support services, including screening, evaluating, and selecting candidates to interview. Our Employer Toolkit includes essential tools to complete a candidate search, including job description templates, competencies to consider, screening and interviewing topics and questions, a selection and hiring checklist, and feedback and appraisal forms.
Non-Discrimination Policy for Employers
It is the policy of Stetson University to provide its students and graduates with equal opportunity to obtain employment, without discrimination or segregation on the ground of sex, disability, race, age, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, physical characteristics, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law in its educational programs, admissions policies, financial aid, employment, or other school-administered programs.