The CDO now uses the Symplicity system for posting jobs online. Alumni are welcome to use the system to search for jobs. To obtain a password, please e-mail and include your name, graduation year, current contact information including your full name, updated e-mail address, telephone number and mailing address. You will receive an e-mail back with a user name (your e-mail address) and password.
Please go to https://law-umd-csm.symplicity.com/students/ to access Symplicity and enter your user name (e-mail address) and password. If you forget your password, you can go to the Forgot Password section and request a new password or e-mail the CDO at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can reset your password.
Alumni will also have access to the Vault Career Library through the Symplicity site. When you log into Symplicity you will see the Vault link under the Announcements section.
For more information on how to navigate the Symplicity site, please download the reference guide.
The Career Development Office maintains this job posting facility as a service to students and alumni of the University of Maryland School of Law, and to its employers constituencies. In providing this service, the Career Development Office makes no representations or endorsements concerning the opportunities listed nor the organizations from which the opportunities originate. We encourage all prospective applicants to research the employers and opportunities presented before applying to facilitate the most effective job search.
In accordance with the American Bar Association rules of accreditation, the University of Maryland School of Law does not permit full-time students to be employed more than 20 hours per week during the academic year, nor does the School permit first-year full-time (Day Division) students to be employed during the academic year. The Career Development Office reserves the right not to post listings for student or alumni use that are inconsistent with its policies.
In accordance with the policy of the University of Maryland School of Law, the Career Development Office (CDO) prohibits the practice of unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or disability in any stage of employment. The University of Maryland School of Law’s facilities and programs sponsored by the CDO are available only to employers whose practices are consistent and in agreement with this policy.