Working This Fall

2L, 3L and LL.M. Students: Are you interested in working part-time this semester? The ABA allows law students to work up to 20 hours a week after their first year. Whether you want to gain practical experience, earn a little money or both, working part-time can be a very rewarding experience.

A wide variety of employers hire law students for part-time school year positions including law firms, corporations, members of the judiciary, federal, state and local government agencies and public interest organizations.

School year opportunities are posted on the Symplicity job posting database. In the “Position Type” drop down menu, select “Part-Time Positions (Non OCI)” to filter your search.

For those interested in a part-time internship with a judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, please consider participating in the CDO’s Fall Judicial Intern Program. Applications are available in the CDO and are due on Friday, September 5.

Reviewed Symplicity and haven’t found anything you like? Talk to your career advisor about conducting a fall semester job search. Not every opportunity is advertised and your advisor can help tailor your search towards the practice area you are most interested in.