Career Development Office
4604 Calhoun Road
Bates Law Building, Suite 8
Houston, Texas 77204-6054
Geared specifically towards firms with 50 or fewer attorneys, the Small & Midsize Firm Open House (Open House) invites local legal employers to campus to speak to University of Houston Law Center (UHLC) students and recent graduates about their practice, area of law, and any available law clerk, summer associate, and attorney positions.
This event provides employers the opportunity to meet informally with students and recent graduates, collect resumes for upcoming positions, and introduce their organization to a large number of potential candidates. Additionally, the event is an opportunity to expose UHLC students to the varied opportunities available in the small and midsized firm arena.
A list of participating Small & Midsize Firm Open House employers will be found here. This list will be updated as additional firms are added up until Friday, August 25, 2017. For more information about the Open House, UHLC students should contact their UHLC career counselor.
Who Can Participate in Small & Midsize Firm Open House?
The Open House is open to all current UHLC 2L and 3L students as well as recent graduates. Employers participating in the Open House will be looking to share knowledge with students about their practice or, if opportunities are available, hire law clerks for fall, spring, summer and/or the post-bar period. Employers will also be looking for current 3Ls and recent graduates to fill permanent attorney positions.
What Important Information Do I Need for Small & Midsize Firm Open House?
Culminating after a series of career panels discussing the advantages and challenges of practicing at small, midsize and growing firms, the Open House takes place in a common area, where employers are able to share information about their organization and opportunities for the upcoming summer and beyond. Below are the pertinent details for this year’s Open House:
After the Open House, employers may follow up with students/graduates regarding specific positions.
In addition to possibly securing employment, this Open House is a great opportunity for UHLC students/graduates to network with a variety of local members of the bar and begin cultivating their professional network. There is no student fee, registration, or bidding process for this event.