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Position Information

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    (Full-time day students must adhere to the ABA rule (ABA305(a)(iii)) limiting employment to no more than 20 hours per week during the academic year.)

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Candidate Response Information

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Please complete the following to provide us with information about your organization. While it is our general policy to provide students with information that allows them to submit thorough applications, please let us know if you would prefer the information below not be made available to students. In such case, we will post your opportunity as a blind listing.

  • Is Employer a USD Alumnus/a?

Compensation and Non-Discrimination Policy

Employers listing positions with the University of San Diego School of Law must agree to abide by the following:

We require any positions offered to law students at private law firms to be compensated at a legal hourly rate. Academic credit may not be earned by our students at private law firms. Accordingly, we are unable to post or promote opportunities at private law firms as unpaid, volunteer, or for academic credit. Under USD Law's field placement program, externships/internships for academic credit are only approved for placements in non-profits, corporate counsel offices or government organizations. This policy is in accordance with applicable law and USD School of Law's academic policies and standards.

The University of San Diego School of Law does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or sexual orientation in the admission or status of students, in the hiring, promotion or supervision of faculty, staff or administrators, or in the administration of law school programs and procedures. The facilities and services of the Career Services Office are only available to employers whose hiring practices are consistent with this policy.

Candidates who believe employers have violated USD School of Law's non discrimination agreement have been instructed to contact Career Services.

If you have any problems with this form, please email Career and Professional Development.


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Phone: (619) 260-4529
Fax: (619) 260-6828


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Fri. 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Evening appointments available upon request.

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