The Office of Development and Alumni Affairs offers opportunities for alumni to connect with each other and engage with the law school after graduation. Connect with fellow alumni and follow the latest updates from the law school on our LinkedIn page. You may also explore our alumni website for events and opportunities for engagement.
The Office of Career and Professional Development stands ready to provide career advising and job search resources to UF Law alumni throughout your career. Alumni may use Symplicity to access job postings and other job search resources. If you need assistance gaining access to your Symplicity account, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also join our alumni LinkedIn group at https://www.linkedin.com/edu/school?id=18123 to explore updates and job postings from fellow graduates. Alumni may seek reciprocal job search resources at other law schools throughout the nation. If you are looking for a position in a geographic location near another ABA-accredited law school, please reach out to the OCPD and we are happy to connect with that law school to request access to their job search resources. Please note that the types of services available to alumni from other law schools may vary based on each school’s reciprocity policy. Further, law schools may impose blackout periods during busy times of the year that may limit access to career resources. To view reciprocity policies, you may search for the law school’s reciprocity policy on their website or visit the National Association of Law Placement (NALP) reciprocity policies page at https://www.nalp.org/reciprocitypolicies.
Students and graduates seeking reciprocity with UF Law may access our policy here.
The OCPD subscribes to the BYU Intercollegiate Job Bank, which allows students and graduates to view postgraduate job listings from around the country. You may access the bank via the link on the front page of Symplicity.
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In 2020, UF Law announced a new scholarship program for graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) seeking to enter the legal profession. This endowed scholarship program was launched with an initial gift from Yolanda Cash Jackson (JD 90). Learn more about Yolanda Cash Jackson’s involvement with UF Law in this video profile.