UMKC Law welcomes employers who are interested in recruiting our law students and alumni. We are confident that you will find UMKC Law’s current students, recent graduates, and alumni to be well-prepared and trained in practical legal skills. The Professional and Career Development Center offers the following services to employers free of charge.
If you are seeking undergraduates or other students and alumni outside of the law, those positions are better directed to the main-campus UMKC Career Services Office, which you can reach at 816-235-1636 or Roo Career Network.
Post a Job +
You are invited to post permanent, part-time, and summer Juris Doctor-related positions available for current law students and law alumni. Employers may submit a job post and law students and law alumni may access the board via CONNECT. If you do not already have a logon, simply register as an employer in order to post a job. You can also call or email and we will assist you with posting a position.
On-Campus Interviews (OCI) +
For more information about our fall and spring interview programs and to request an OCI date, please logon CONNECT (or register for an account) and complete an OCI request, or contact us for assistance.
Resume Collect +If your company, firm, or organization is unable to conduct on-campus interviews, during the time periods of our fall and spring interview programs we can collect resumes and forward the resumes to you. For more information and to participate, please contact us.
Non-Discrimination Policy +All employers utilizing UMKC School of Law resources for recruiting students and alumni must execute an agreement to our Non-Discrimination Policy. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Please find our Non-Discrimination Policy here.
Law Student Employment Policy +All employers utilizing UMKC Law resources for recruiting students and alumni must execute an agreement to our Law Student Employment Policy. The policy states the following: American Bar Association standards provide that a student may not work in excess of 20 hours per week while attending a law school on a full-time basis (13 or more credit hours per semester). This restriction also applies during the summer if the student is enrolled for summer session in five or more credit hours. Students enrolled in their first year of law study are strongly encouraged to refrain from outside employment.
Disabled Student Services +UMKC endeavors to make all activities, programs and services accessible to students with disabilities. A Campus Coordinator for Disabled Student Services is available to arrange for reasonable accommodations. If you need accommodations, it is important that you contact the Coordinator as soon as possible to arrange for providing appropriate documentation and the prescribing of reasonable accommodations in the classroom and for exams. For information call (816) 235-5696. Speech and hearing impaired use Relay Missouri, 1-800-735-2966 (TT) or 1-800-735-2466 (Voice.) For questions or further information, see Ashley Swanson Hoye in the Law School Administrative Suite.