Login to Pitt Law’s job bank to post a full or part-time job for students or graduates.
Login to Pitt Law’s Employer Symplicity site.
On the law school’s password protected website, you can post a job and collect your applications online, or request the materials by email, U.S. mail, or fax. Additionally, you can post the job as a blind posting and we will collect applicant materials for you.
To register for access to Pitt Law’s Symplicity page, go to Symplicity and complete the information under the tab labeled "Register."
Employers may also e-mail the job opportunity to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it via fax to (412) 624-4843.
*Please note: the ABA Suggestions Related to Part-Time Employment of Law Students limit a full-time student's employment during the school semester to 20 hours per week. Failure to comply with these provisions may jeopardize the student's credit for law school courses or right to sit for the bar and the employer's right to use placement services at the student's law school. (NALP Principles & Standards, Part IV.B.; ABA Suggestions Related to Part-Time Legal Employment of Law Students (approved December 5, 1987, by the Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar)).
Hire a Student on a Short-Term Basis
Do you need assistance on a short-term basis? Find out about Pitt Law STEP.
Hiring trends nationally and in Pittsburgh reflect that increasing percentages of recent law school graduates are being hired by solo and small firm practitioners.
In order for Pitt Law to better serve those firms and solo practitioners that have a need for qualified law student interns on a project or time-limited basis, Pitt Law has established the Short Term Employment Program, or Pitt Law STEP. Our goal is to:
- Assist solo and small firm practitioners when they have a temporary need for assistance.
- Provide second and third year Pitt Law students with paid, experiential learning opportunities.
- Offer additional opportunities for interaction between Pitt Law students and members of the Allegheny County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations.
How the Pitt Law STEP works:
- Employers pay the students directly on an hourly basis.
- Project may last days, weeks, or longer.
- Job opportunities are posted on Pitt Law School’s Symplicity database.
- Employers receive the students’ application materials and select a law student.
- Students wishing to participate in the program participate in mandatory Professional Development programs addressing the demands and expectations of practice, confidentiality, timesheet preparation, etc.