For Employers - Capital University Law School

For Employers

  • Recruiting legal talent is an important process. That's why we are eager to assist you in your organization's recruiting efforts. Our students and graduates are very interested in pursuing employment opportunities that include full and part-time positions in law firms, corporations, government agencies, and public interest organizations.

    Recruiting Capital students and graduates is easy. Simply select one of the following recruiting methods available to you. We are confident that you will find excellent candidates to assist you with your legal work. We look forward to working with you.

    Job Posting Board
    Take advantage of our free Job Posting Board to publicize available positions. To post a position,

    • Go online to Symplicity and register an employer profile.
    • Contact us for a Job Posting Form you can use to fax to our office at (614) 236-7234.

    Fall & Spring Recruiting Programs

    We encourage you to send a representative from your organization to our school for an on-campus recruiting visit either in the fall or spring. To participate, please contact Shawn M. Beem, Assistant Dean for Professional Development to discuss (614-236-6889).

    Pro Bono Opportunities
    Capital's Pro Bono Recognition Program honors law students who have successfully completed at least 50 hours of pro bono legal work at approved sites. Participants receive the designation of Pro Bono Legal Honors on their academic transcripts and recognition at commencement.

    For this program, law students may do pro bono legal work under the supervision of a licensed attorney in a variety of settings, including

    • Government agencies
    • Courts
    • Nonprofit organizations
    • Corporate pro bono programs
    • Law firm pro bono programs

    The work must be done without fee or expectation of remuneration or academic credit and may involve legal services for persons of limited means or participation in projects for improving the law, the legal system, or the legal profession.

    To participate, contact Ashley Messick, Pro Bono Coordinator (614-236-6887).

    Contact Information
    Office of Professional Development
    Phone: (614) 236-6888
    Fax: (614) 236-7234

    Shawn M. Beem, Assistant Dean
    Ashley MessickPro Bono Coordinator
    Diane Emrick, Senior Administrative Assistant