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N.C. Law Schools Encourage Local Hiring

N.C. Law Schools Encourage Local Hiring

Looking for a new attorney? Need one who can hit the ground running? Campbell Law’s Career Center staff stand ready to assist you in finding the newest member of your team. Many of our recent graduates have participated in our law school’s first six week professional development webinar program exclusively for new graduates, which provided a time for participants to critically think about how they add value to their future employer. If you are interested in learning more about how we can help match your organization’s needs with the right candidate, please contact Kala Taylor or Sherry McLamb in Campbell Law’s Career Center.

Duke University School of Law will facilitate outreach to our recent graduates who have passed the N.C. bar exam. If you are a smaller firm, non-profit organization, or government agency, please contact Adriane Kyropoulos at adriane.kyropoulos@law.duke.edu in the Duke Law CPDC to discuss the best way to advertise your position and collect resumes.

Are you looking for flexibility in your hiring timeline? At Elon Law, we are here to help meet your hiring needs. With newly licensed graduates available for hire now, and a class graduating in December having completed our full-time Residency-in-Practice Program, you don’t have to wait for May for your next hire. The Office of Career & Student Development offers a free and easy recruiting process. Check out our short informational video, or read more on our website. For assistance with recruiting, please contact Melissa Duncan or Karen Chisnall in Elon Law’s Office of Career & Student Development.

Consider hiring a Legal Eagle! We welcome new and exciting internship and job opportunities for our students and alumni. Connecting with our students and alumni for employment opportunities is complimentary to employers and available year-round. Whether you wish to conduct interviews on campus or simply to collect application materials, please contact Stephanie Williams at 919-530-7701 or stwilliams@nccu.edu. We look forward to accommodating your needs.

UNC School of Law is pleased to announce the launch of the Tar Heel Attorney Recruitment Program (TARP). If you are a smaller firm, non-profit organization, or government agency, we know your hiring timelines fluctuate – you hire when you have a need. TARP is here to make recruiting easy for you. TARP features recent graduates of UNC School of Law who have passed the NC bar exam. TARP can advertise your position TARP can advertise your position, collect resumes and create interview schedules. Contact Laina Balafas or Shawn McKenna in the UNC School of Law Career Development Office for more information.

Wake Forest
Seekin' a Deacon? Wake Forest Law has your next attorney ready! We provide numerous recruiting options for hiring entry-level attorneys and our Class of 2017 grads are ready to work. The Office of Career & Professional Development can post a job, schedule interviews on campus or remotely, or collect applications from top candidates – all on your time frame. Visit our web page for more details, or reach out to us at lawcareeroffice@wfu.edu and find out what employers are saying about our experienced, practice-ready candidates!