The University of Maine School of Law’s Career Services Office is dedicated to assisting students and alumni apply their interests in meaningful ways in the law or law-related fields. Our Office publishes a wide range of informational materials, maintains a useful resource library, and sponsors various activities, including on-campus recruitment programs, informational sessions, and workshops. We also offer panel presentations featuring practitioners in various areas of legal practice, judicial clerks, and law school graduates working in nontraditional legal careers.
For Maine Law Students
Maine Law students should visit my.law.maine.edu for information on clerkships, fellowships, placement resources, rèsumè writing, and interviewing techniques. Students should also visit Symplicity, Maine Law’s online career services management system, for job postings, on-campus interviews, and related information.
For Maine Law Alumni
The Career Services Office has moved its job board to Symplicity, our career services management system. If you have not set up a Symplicity account, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be assigned a username and password.
The Director of Career Services and the Director of Field Placement Programs are both former practicing attorneys who counsel students and graduates on an individual basis concerning career choices and opportunities. Students are encouraged to contact the Career Services Office for additional information on career planning and placement information.
Please visit the links below for statistics on employment and bar exam passage:
- ABA Employment Summary Reports (2014, 2013, and 2012 graduates)
- NALP Employment statistics: 2012, 2013
- Bar passage statistics, 2009-2014 (state of Maine)
An overview of Maine Law’s admissions, enrollment, attrition, bar passage rates, faculty, and other consumer information is provided in the ABA Standard 509 Report.