Greetings from Florida State University College of Law Career Services and Professional Development Office!

Registration for the spring 2022 interview program is NOW OPEN.

We are happy to accommodate employers for in-person interviews, or employers wishing to interview students remotely. The official spring interview season runs from Tuesday, February 1 through Thursday, March 31. We hope your organization will make plans to include Florida State University College of Law in its spring recruiting.

Note: Prime dates for interviews fill up fast, so we recommend registering as soon as possible.





Resume Collect

In addition to the On-Campus Interviewing Programs, the Career Services Office also hosts a popular Resume Collect Program designed to attract legal employers who are unable to visit Florida State's campus during the scheduled OCI time. Career Services collects resumes from interested students and forwards a packet of applicants to employers for review and follow-up by the individual employers.

Advertising Entry-level and Lateral Positions

One of the Career Services Office's most popular services is posting job listings. All job postings are accessible to students and alumni with a password online.

There are two ways to post job listings:

  • First, fill out the Job Posting form and submit via "Submit" button on the form.
  • Second, post the job directly to our Symplicity job placement software. Our web-based job placement software program allows employers to post jobs directly to our site and view students' resumes. If you need a username and password or any assistance in using this software, please call our office at 850.644.4495.
  • Please note, once our students graduate and have been away from FSU College of Law for two or more years, they do not usually look for employment on our job posting system. If you are looking to hire someone with more than two years’ experience, you may want to try other options like LinkedIn, Indeed, or the Florida Bar job post site.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Employment Policy for Full-Time Students

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