- Job Postings: Job listing services are available free of charge, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Employers may choose to post a position through LEO, our job posting website, or simply call (909) 460-2020, and the Career Development Office will be happy to post your open position for our students and alumni to view.
- On Campus Interviewing: This is the most convenient way to fill your attorney or law clerk positions. Just give us your hiring criteria, schedule an interview date, and then visit the La Verne Law campus to interview the law students you have pre-selected. It is that easy.
- Spring Career Fair: Meet future top-notch legal talent in Southern California at our Career Fair that occurs every March. This exciting event provides an opportunity to meet our law students for summer or entry-level post-graduate positions. We will also provide a student and recent graduate resume book to you. Sign up for our next Spring Career Fair by filling out the La Verne Law Spring Career Fair Registration Form
More Ways to Get Involved
- Mock Interviews: Want to find that great law clerk before the competition does? Participate in La Verne Law’s Mock Interview Program. Law students will come to your office to practice their interview skills and receive invaluable feedback from you.
- Mentor Program: Remember what it was like when you were in law school and how important it was to receive valuable insight from practicing attorneys? The La Verne Law Mentor Program matches law students with a practicing attorney in the area of law that interests that particular law student. Students have the opportunity to shadow their Mentor and seek guidance. The Mentor Program is an excellent opportunity to really make a difference in the development of a new attorney and have some fun while you are at it.
- E-Mentor Program: Do not have enough time to be a Mentor? Then sign up to be an E-Mentor. Simply grant us permission for current La Verne Law students to contact you via email with short career related questions about your specific practice area.
- Career Panels: Share your expertise by sitting on a career panel. Your valuable practice experience can positively impact our law students. And who knows who might sit next to you on a panel?
To get involved, simply fill out our Attorney Registration Form and we will contact you as opportunities open up.
The University of La Verne College of Law requires employers using its placement services and facilities to abide by the University of La Verne standards on nondiscrimination. Please review the policies below to ensure that no such discrimination occurs in hiring, promotion, or compensation for work assignments.
Notice of Nondiscrimination
The University of La Verne College of Law is accredited by the State Bar of California. The College of Law is one of five colleges of the University of La Verne, and we adhere to the nondiscrimination policy set forth below:
The University of La Verne is a coeducational university organized as a nonprofit corporation under the laws of the State of California. Its purpose is to provide education and training to prepare its students to meet the responsibilities and duties of life effectively. Consisting of its eleven campuses in California, wherever located, the University is an institution built upon honor, integrity, trust, and respect. Consistent with these values, the University is committed to providing equal access and opportunity for all members of the University community in a safe and non-discriminatory learning, living, and working environment.
In accordance with the requirements and prohibitions of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and other federal and California laws, the University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity and expression), marital status, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic characteristics, military and veteran status, or any other characteristic or status protected by applicable law as to the admission or enrollment of any student, or its educational programs and activities; the employment of any member of the faculty or staff; the selection and treatment of volunteers or unpaid interns; or to the election of any officer or trustee of the University.
Inquiries concerning the University’s equal opportunity policies, compliance with applicable laws, statutes and regulations, or the University’s complaint procedures for such matters should be directed to the Title IX Manager at 1950 Third Street, La Verne, CA 91750, (909) 448-4076, email – Title9Manager@laverne.edu, or to the dean of students as the university’s designated Section 504 coordinator at 1950 Third Street, La Verne, CA 91750, (909) 448-4053. To the extent such inquiries and complaints pertain to employment-related matters, they may be directed to the Chief Human Resources Officer at 1950 Third Street, La Verne, CA 91750, (909) 448-4076, as the university’s Equal Employment Opportunity Officer, Deputy Section 504 coordinator, and Deputy Title IX Manager with respect to employment matters.
Questions about the application of Title VI, Title VII or Title IX to the University also may be directed to any of the following:
- Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Department of Education at OCR@ed.gov or (800) 421-3481.
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission at email@example.com or (800) 669-4000.
Policy Regarding Military Recruitment
Employers who request to use University of La Verne College of Law career services in any manner are notified of our Policy of nondiscrimination. La Verne Law informs employers that by utilizing our services, they are agreeing to abide by this policy. Employers are expected to consider each candidate on the basis of his or her individual merits.
Please be advised that the United States Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force, and Marines) discriminates on the basis of age, physical disability, and gender identity. Under the Solomon Amendment, any school that prohibits the military from recruiting on campus will be denied certain federal funds. Thus, the University of La Verne College of Law allows the military to use law school services and facilities for recruitment purposes, even though we strenuously object to their discriminatory policies.