Mercer Law School welcomes employers who are interested in recruiting our students. Your employment needs are our priority and we look forward to assisting you with reaching your goals. We are confident that you will find Mercer Law’s current students, recent graduates, and alumni to be well-prepared and trained in practical legal skills.
Career Services offers the following services to employers free of charge:
On-Campus Interviews (OCI)
For more information about our Fall and Spring Interviewing Programs and to request an OCI date, please submit our Recruiting Form here.
Resume Forwarding/Online Job Postings
If your firm or organization is unable to conduct on-campus interviews, we can collect resumes from our current students and recent graduates and forward the resumes to you at one time. Through an online job posting, we can submit applications to you periodically as they are submitted or direct students/alumni directly to your online job site. For more information and to participate, please submit our Recruiting Form here.
Non-Discrimination Policy for Employers
Employers utilizing On-Campus Interviews, Resume Forwarding and Job Posting services must agree to abide by Mercer Law School's non-discrimination policy, found below.
Mercer Law School has long refrained from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, veteran status, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, or religion. Accordingly, Mercer Law only makes its interviewing facilities and job listing services available to employers who agree to observe this policy of non-discrimination and equality of opportunity on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, veteran status, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, or religion in regard to hiring, promotion, retention, and conditions of employment. The only exception to this policy is made for military recruiters under the Solomon Amendment, which requires schools to provide access or potentially lose federal funding provided to the university as a whole. Compliance with the Solomon Amendment does not in any way reflect acceptance of, or agreement with any discriminatory hiring practices.