» Recruit at Chapman University Fowler School of Law

As an employer, we encourage you to announce your current openings on Symplicity, our electronic job bulletin board, which is accessible to law students and alumni 24 hours a day. Please consider these two options for posting on Symplicity:

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Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy

Chapman University Fowler School of Law prohibits any form of harassment or discrimination in employment based upon an individual's race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal law, so that all members of the law school community are treated at all times with dignity and respect.

The services and facilities of the Career Services Office are available only to those employers who observe the principle of equal opportunity and whose practices are consistent with the law school’s nondiscrimination and anti-harassment policy.

Use of the law school's facilities and/or the posting of a job opening by any prospective employer constitutes a representation by the employer that its employment practices are in accord with the law school’s nondiscrimination and anti-harassment policy. Fowler School of Law expects that all employers will consider, in good faith, each applicant on the basis of his or her individual merits and will conduct themselves during interviews and employment in a manner consistent with the law school’s nondiscrimination and anti-harassment policy. Any violation of the policy will result in a loss of privileges to post employment opportunities and participate in any recruiting programs through the law school.

If you have any questions, please contact the Assistant Dean for Career Services

Post a Job via the Job Posting Form

Simply complete the online form in its entirety. Feel free to include supplemental information along with the form.

Upon receipt, the job will be posted on Symplicity. Once the job goes live, candidates will be able to view it, and apply via the system; you will receive resumes and other requested application materials immediately.

Are you a returning employer who has posted a job(s) with us before? If you have posted a job(s) with us before, you can request to have the job posting "unarchived," which would restore the original job posting as it was posted initially. Edits may be made to the the job description.

Submit a Job Posting
Contact the Recruiting Program Manager for more information

Post a Job Via Symplicity

New Employers: Click on the "Register" button and complete the online form in its entirety. You will receive your Symplicity password shortly.

Returning Employers: Log onto Symplicity to post a new position. You may also modify current postings regularly. To retrieve your password, please click on the "Forgot my Password" tab at the top of the log-in page. You will be asked for your username, which is the email you provided initially. Login with your email address and password, and click on the "Jobs" tab at the top of the navigation bar. To add a job, click on the "Job Postings" tab, then click the "Add New" button. After inputting the description, click the "Submit" button. Make sure to select the method in which resumes should be received.

Access Symplicity to post a job(s)
Contact the Recruiting Program Manager for more information

Request an Online Resume Book

The Career Services Office is pleased to provide you with an exclusively online copy of our Resume Book. The Resume Book is a compilation of resumes from our students and recent graduates who wish to be considered for clerkships and/or post-graduate entry-level positions. The Resume Book is updated and re-published each semester.

Contact the Recruiting Program Manager to request a Resume Book.

On-Campus Interviews (OCI)

The Career Services Office offers employers and Fowler School of Law students the convenience of interviewing on campus. The Career Services Office hosts two annual On-Campus Interview Programs. Fall OCI is held from August-September; Spring OCI is held in February.

For more information, visit the OCI main page.

Recruiting for Chapman University Fowler School of Law Alumni

We are always happy to assist our alumni with their recruiting needs. Whether you are seeking a law clerk or an associate attorney, you can quickly, easily, and at no cost post a job opening on our electronic job board.

Getting to Know You

If you think it would be beneficial to reach out to your hiring partner or person in charge of hiring to schedule a meeting to get to know the firm/agency better and to further introduce them to Chapman University, please contact the Assistant Dean for Career Services. Additionally, since you are active in the legal and business community, you may learn about employers that are expanding or opening a new office before it is publicly announced. Anytime you hear of such developments, we would welcome your sharing this information, and we will act on it.

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