UCLA School of Law graduates are among the most capable and best-trained young lawyers in the country, resulting in an outstanding record of employment for new grads. UCLA Law's family of 17,000 alumni are among the most accomplished attorneys working in law firms, business, government agencies and public service organizations around the world.
Bruins Hiring Bruins is a win-win for emerging graduates and alumni looking to bring the best and brightest into their organizations. The UCLA Law Office of Career Services connects students with prospective employers with:
- On-campus interviews
- Off-campus interviews in major legal markets across the country
- Receptions and career fairs for small/mid-sized firms, public interest organizations and government agencies
- Diversity receptions and job fairs
- Sneak Peek receptions where 1Ls and rising 2Ls network with alumni at large firms in major cities
- Expert-led seminars for students and alumni on topics including how to succeed in big law, judicial clerkships, practicing on the East Coast, careers in national security, and more
- Exclusive job listings
- Counseling and guidance for students and alumni
Contact the Office of Career Services to connect with UCLA Law students and graduates who can make an impact for your organization.
"On multiple occasions I have had the joy of recruiting a rising 2L from UCLA School of Law, working side-by-side with her, and then celebrating her election to the Paul Hastings partnership. For decades UCLA School of Law graduates have filled important leadership roles, including managing partner, in our firm. I look forward to meeting the next generation of leaders when interviews begin."
Nancy Abell '79
Partner, Paul Hastings LLP
Co-Chair, UCLA Law Women LEAD
"Silicon Valley provides great opportunities for law grads who are ready to work hard and tackle cutting-edge issues in a fast-paced environment. I am always on the lookout for UCLA Law grads, not simply to support my alma mater, but because I know from experience that UCLA Law graduates come prepared to dive in and make a difference."
Matthew Fawcett '92
General Counsel, NetApp