Job Search Resources
We conduct outreach with law firms, corporations, courts, public interest organizations, and government entities The Career & Professional Development Center can connect you to these employers.
Job postings are maintained on the Texas Tech Law Symplicity website. To obtain a Symplicity username and password, please email email@example.com and provide the following information:
- Law School Graduation Year
- Phone Number
- Email Address
The Career & Professional Development Team is available to talk with you about your job search, review resumes, cover letters, writing samples, and other documents related to your job search process. In addition, we conduct mock interviews and give job success counseling. Contact Kayla Wimberley for personal attention.
Other resources are available to graduates including the Intercollegiate Job Bank, Resume Books, Job Fairs, Commercial Jobs Directory, and Public Service Jobs Directory. Contact a member of the Career & Professional Development Center to discuss your needs.
The following handouts are designed to assist in your job search:
- Cover Letters
We can request reciprocity with other law schools so that you are able to use their services. To have our office request reciprocity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reciprocity may be granted to students and graduates of ABA accredited law schools who grant reciprocity Texas Tech University School of Law students or graduates. Reciprocity at Texas Tech University School of Law may include:
- Access to the Texas Tech University School of Law online job bank for up to 60 days.
- Use of Career Services Center on-site library.
- Career Counseling.
The Texas Tech University School of Law reciprocity policy may be modified at any time and is generally aligned with the services offered in the reciprocity policy of a requesting school. Reciprocity will be unavailable during On-Campus Interview (OCI) times. Resources during this season are available only to Texas Tech University Law students and alumni.
Requests for reciprocity must be made in writing by the student's or graduate's law school. Students should not contact Texas Tech University School of Law before getting a letter granting the request for reciprocity. Requests may be mailed to Texas Tech University School of Law, Career & Professional Development Center, 3311 18th Street, Lubbock, TX 79409; emailed to email@example.com; or faxed to 806.742.3984.