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Mailing: 1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
By using the University of Wyoming College of Law's services and facilities, every employer agrees that they have read and will abide by the EEO/Non-Discrimination policies of the University of Wyoming and the College of Law. Please visit the Equal Employment Opportunity Policy page. By using our services, every employer is expected to abide by these policies.
The University of Wyoming College of Law Office of Career & Professional Development provides free online job posting at no charge. You may login to UW Career Connections to post an employment opportunity or send us the Job Posting Form.
To better assist employers, we ask that you consider filling out a Firm Profile so we can help advertise your firm effectively to specific students who best fit your firm's needs.
Each semester a number of employers interview students on campus for internships and post-graduate employment. Interested employers may contact the Career & Professional Development Office to coordinate OCI services, such as job postings, resume collections, and interview scheduling. All OCI opportunities are advertised to all students on UW Career Connections (Symplicity). Interview times and dates for selected applicants may be scheduled by the employer directly with the student or through the Career Services Office. Formal Fall OCI for 2016 will be conducted from Wednesday, September 7th, through Friday, October 7, 2016, but we are happy to welcome employers throughout the semester. Read here for more on our OCI policies.
If you would like to participate in our Fall OCI 2016, please fill out this form.
Employers who are unable to schedule on-campus interviews may be interested in the job posting and resume collection services available through the Career & Professional Development Office. Employers may login to UW Career Connections to post a resume collect request or send us the Job Posting Form.
The Wyoming State Bar provides a way for students to get "real-world" experience prior to graduation. Rule 9 states that a student may practice in court as a normal attorney under the direct supervision of their supervising attorney. This gives a student the incredible opportunity to get exposure to the court system, practice making an argument to the court, and allows the supervisor to give meaningful feedback and mentorship early in a young lawyer's career. It is encouraged that supervisors participate and provide these opportunities to their interns, when appropriate.
Contact a Career Advisor
Employers may contact the Career Services Office regarding job postings, resume collection, on-campus interviewing, and other available services by sending an email to email@example.com or by calling (307) 766-4074.