Texas Tech University

Posting a Job Opportunity

There is no charge to post a job opportunity on our online system called Symplicity. Job listings include positions for law clerks, internships, summer associates, entry-level and experienced attorneys. Postings are available to both current students and alumni. By posting a job with Texas Tech University School of Law, employers agree to comply with our Non-Discrimination Policies.

To post a job, you may:

  • Complete the Job Posting Form. This form will be sent directly to our office and we will post the job for you. Once the job is posted, you will receive an email confirmation.
  • Use our online Symplicity system to post the job yourself. You can follow the Symplicity instructions to post a job online.

If you have any questions about posting a job opportunity, please contact Kayla Wimberley at kayla.wimberley@ttu.edu or 806.834.3214.

Policy on Approval of “Symplicity Recruit” Registrations and Job Postings

It is the policy of the Texas Tech Law School Career & Professional Development Center to accept no “Symplicity Recruit” registrations and/or job postings except under limited circumstances as described in this policy.

  1. Every potential Symplicity Recruit registration and job posting must be reviewed and approved or declined by an authorized member of the Career Center team. No automatic registrations or postings are permitted.
  2. Registration and posting approval requires the employer's specific affirmation of ALL of the Non-Discrimination Policies affecting the Texas Tech Law School, verification of an organization's good standing and ethical performance in operations and recruiting, within specified geographic limitations applicable to this law school, and types of positions contained in the posting. Only principals involved in hiring may register and post on our systems. Third party and recruiting organization accounts and postings are not permitted.
  3. Specifically permitted, subject to approval, postings include jobs requiring a law degree or status as a law student, jobs located in Texas or New Mexico and their contiguous states or that permit virtual work from Texas, jobs by for-profit legal employers who offer employment on a paid basis or jobs by non-profit legal organizations (including governments) who offer employment on a paid or unpaid basis, and Fellowship programs that contain a job/work component in addition to scholarship/other funding.