Effective March 16, 2015, all current students and alumni will use their University of Richmond network credentials to access Symplicity.
The Career Development Office provides the tools, strategies, and support Richmond lawyers need to navigate the employment search. Through a combination of one-on-one advising, small-group interactive workshops and information sessions, mock interviews, recruitment programs, and networking events, we will help you identify and secure summer internships and post-graduate opportunities that fit your interests and goals. We are here not only to help you find a job — we will guide you as you launch your career.
"Private practice is a customer service business. Treat all of your clients, both in the internal and external marketplace, as customers, and make yourself indispensable to them."
Kimberly MacLeod, L'96
Partner, Hunton & Williams
"Being in the state capital, which has so many federal, state and local courts, offered many unique opportunities to view the legal profession from the inside."
The Honorable Keith Phillips, L'79
Federal Judge, United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Virginia
"My position at VCU has provided a wonderful opportunity to represent very talented academicians in a variety of disciplines and professions."
Martha Parrish, L'82
Associate University Counsel, Virginia Commonwealth University
"My practice gives me the opportunity to share my accumulated wisdom and insights with firm lawyers who are newer to my practice areas and to absorb some of their enthusiasm."
Thomas C. Foster, L'82
Director, McCandlish Holton
"Put yourself out there, and try lots of things. Meet lots of people. It's going to help you find what you can be passionate about."
James C. Cosby, L'86
Partner, Vandeventer Black LLP
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8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday
School of Law Room 115
University of Richmond School of Law
Career Development Office
28 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond, Va. 23173
(804) 289-8638 Phone
(804) 287-6516 Fax