Prominent law firms, government agencies, and major corporations hire Delaware Law graduates for the same reasons: our graduates can hit the ground running. They have been trained by highly regarded legal scholars and professors who are experienced prosecutors, defense attorneys, and corporate counsel. They have a working knowledge of law practice from having served clients in internships and pro bono opportunities or through our clinical programs. They view their work as a service to clients and a benefit to the common good. Above all, they hold themselves to high ethical standards and treat others with respect, integrity, and civility.
Our Career Development Office will post your positions or help you recruit talent on campus. To learn more, contact us at 302-477-2163 or [email protected].
Delaware Law’s spring and fall on-campus recruitment programs enable employers to interview students in person. After notifying our students, we will provide you with application materials from interested students. Upon your selection of students, we will arrange the on-campus interviews.
For your convenience, we suggest that you register online for on-campus recruiting.
Our Career Development Office also offers a flexible, off-campus recruitment program that fits demanding schedules. After reviewing your job postings, we will collect résumés of qualified students and forward them to you—or, if you prefer, have students mail their résumés directly. You may then arrange interviews at your convenience. Register online for off-campus recruiting.
Delaware Law’s online Job Bank postings are viewed by current law students and thousands of alumni who work as legal professionals. The system provides employers with access to highly qualified candidates and job-seekers with information about desirable positions. Employers can post permanent, full-time positions (entry-level or more advanced) as well as summer clerkships, part-time positions, and one-time-only research projects. To post or view a job online, click on Symplicity.
Note: The use of Delaware Law’s Career Development Office facilities and/or services requires adherence to Widener University's nondiscrimination policy.