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The Career Services Office at the University of Alabama School of Law is available to support alumni in job transitions throughout their legal career. The CSO staff is able to review resumes and cover letters and to meet individually with alumni for career counseling. To make an appointment, please call 205-348-6479 or e-mail the Career Services Office at

Job Postings

The University of Alabama School of Law provides access to alumni to job opportunities through our Career Services Management System, Symplicity. To obtain a username and password, please email the Career Services Office at, and provide your full name and year and month of graduation. When your account is created, you will receive an email providing login information. If you have a password, you may click the link to log onto the site.

You may also find job postings on the BYU Intercollegiate Job Bank. Please call 205-348-6479 or e-mail the Career Services Office at for a username and password.

Transcript Requests

Alabama Law alumni may request copies of their transcript by contacting the Alabama Law Records Office at


Also, we welcome alumni attendance and participation in the CSO sponsored programs. There are many ways to volunteer such as through the shadow program, mock interviews, alumni network, and various panel discussions and programs. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Megan Walsh at


Please view our School of Law Reciprocity Policy. If you would like to request reciprocity, please email the Career Services Office at

The University of Alabama School of Law is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and of nondiscrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, handicap or disability, or sexual orientation. It does not discriminate on these factors in administering its educational policies; admission policies; employment, promotion, and compensation policies; financial aid and scholarship programs; and other school-related activities. Only employers in agreement with this policy may use the services of the Law School. By using the Law School’s services, employers assure the Law School that they observe this nondiscrimination policy. By state law, the military is allowed to interview at the Law School.