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For Employers

The Office of Career Services provides services to employers free of charge.

Services include posting new positions on our website for students and alumni, sending blast emails to current students regarding new positions, and coordinating on-campus interviews, which include complimentary lunch and parking for interviewers.

We encourage employers to contact the Career Services Associate, Keesha Cobbs, with any questions you may have at (314) 977-7100.

Posting a Position

The Career Services office utilizes Symplicity to manage job postings, recruiting programs, job fairs, employer profiles and more. For more information on Symplicity, please visit the Symplicity page. To login or register for an account, please use this link:

Policy on Equal Opportunity

Saint Louis University School of Law has a policy of Equal Opportunity that all employers interviewing on campus must sign. Military recruiters are exempted due to the Solomon Amendment. This exception does not represent a change in the equal opportunity policies of the School of Law or the Association of American Law Schools. Saint Louis University School of Law is committed to a Policy of Equal Opportunity for all students and graduates, as required by various state and federal statutes, University and School of Law policies, the Standards of The American Bar Association and the By-Laws of The Association of American Law Schools.

Only those employers whose practices are in agreement with the following statement of equal opportunity may use the facilities and services of the School of Law Career Services Office:

Saint Louis University School of Law is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all students and graduates. The programs and services of Saint Louis University School of Law are open to all without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender (including identity and expression), disability or veteran status. Saint Louis University School of Law does not warrant or represent that any particular job posting or opportunity, whether paid or unpaid, complies with the Fair Labor Standards Act and/or other federal and state labor and employment laws.