Our Career Development Office works to match the educational and experential backgrounds of our students to employers' specific needs. It is our policy to develop long-term relationships with employers so that we better understand the unique nature of their practices and the special qualifications and skills they seek in law clerks and associates.
In addition to arranging interviews and otherwise assisting students, the Career Development Office works directly with employers and our alumni to arrange campus presentations. Employers and guest speakers address relevant issues relating to law employment and professionalism. These discussions provide a means for students to network with employers and obtain valuable information that is very useful as students work to define and focus on their career goals and employment searches. Through these presentations students gain an understanding of prospective employers' concerns and expectations.
Posting an Employment Announcement
If you are interested in posting a position with us, please download and complete our Recruiting Announcement (.pdf). The completed forms can be faxed to us at (208) 885-2252 or sent via email.
By posting any position with the University Of Idaho College Of Law, employers agree to adhere to our nondiscrimination policy that is listed below.
Policy of Nondiscrimination
The University Of Idaho College Of Law has adopted a nondiscrimination policy in compliance with standards of the National Association for Law Placement, the American Bar Association, and the Association of American Law Schools. The services of the University of Idaho College of Law Career Development Office (CDO) are available only to employers who offer employment without regard to race, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, marital or parental status, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status, as required by Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Sections 503 and 505 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and other state and federal laws and regulations.
To effectuate its equal opportunity policy, the College of Law makes its facilities and services available only to prospective employers who maintain nondiscrimination policies. Recruiters for the U. S. Armed Forces have access to the CDO pursuant to federal law (“Solomon Amendment”).