Levin College of Law

Your Future

With a degree from UF Law, your opportunities are virtually endless. We prepare future leaders and elite professionals for the legal world and beyond. Between our engaged faculty, our active career center and one of the nation’s strongest alumni networks, you will always have the support you need along the way.

A Message from Center for Career Development

UF Law has a rich tradition of preparing our graduates for a broad spectrum of professional careers. In every state and in more than 30 countries, you will find UF Law alumni leading in the judiciary, practicing in firms of all sizes, influencing public policy, teaching in law schools or running businesses and public interest organizations.

At the Center for Career Development, we provide individualized career planning, offer more than 60 educational programs each year, administer an alumni mentoring program, and host on-campus interviewing programs, which bring employers from all over the state and nation to campus to interview our students.

In addition to bringing employers to students, we also bring students to employers. For example, our students participate in job fairs across the U.S. in major metropolitan areas such as Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, New York and dozens of others.

Our team looks forward to working with you from enrollment to employment to help you fulfill your professional career goals.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at careers@law.ufl.edu.

Assistant Dean for Career Development
Rob Birrenkott
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Stephen N. Zack (JD 71)
American Bar Association President 2010-2011

“You go to law school because a law degree is one of the most powerful weapons on Earth. It gives you the power to right a wrong, and who else but a lawyer can look at an injustice and do something about it? I hope you can follow your dream.”

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Holly Miller (JD 07)
Regional Vice President Government Healthcare Solutions Xerox State Healthcare, LLC

“Coming from where I first started in small claims and now I’m in procurements in government health care, it’s been a pretty big jump. Honestly, it all started here at the University of Florida. I can attribute all of my connections to the University of Florida. That’s the biggest benefit I could ever tell an incoming student. It’s just about the family here at UF.”

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Richard Smith (JD 87)
Washington, D.C. Office Norton Rose Fulbright

“There are days when I go to work and if a client has a crisis, you drop what you’re doing, you go to the airport and you fly across the globe. In the last five years I’ve been on the ground in 70 different countries doing internal investigations. I now see the need to be bilingual, because in a lot of the countries they don’t speak in English.”

Student Services & Resources

Student Services & Resources

UF Law’s Center for Career Development is here for you! We assist students and alumni in all aspects of career planning. Our experienced, professional counselors will guide you through the career development process, helping to provide you with the best opportunities available. Learn More

Employment Statistics

Employment Statistics

UF Law reports a detailed analysis of hiring statistics 10 months after graduation. Here is where you will find the breakdown of the most recent data available. Learn More



Symplicity is the Center for Career Development’s online jobs database. The database connects UF Law students and recent graduates directly to UF Law alumni who are seeking top prospects for hire. Learn More

Contact Career Development

Meet the Career Development team and find out how to contact the CCD office or to reach out to a staff member directly. Learn More