Services for Employers

Summer 2020

Our students remain eager to gain experience through jobs, internships, and pro bono opportunities this summer!  The Career Services Office is here to help you engage with our students and meet your hiring needs for full-time, part-time, or project-based work. Whether we can assist with collecting application materials, scheduling virtual or in-person interviews, or offering resources about remote work environments, please contact us

We continue to plan programs for later this summer and fall. If you would like to offer your expertise and participate in programming geared towards the students' knowledge about various practice areas and overall professional development, we'd like to hear from you.

Helpful Information and Resources

Employer Outreach Manager at Your Service

Samantha CoyneSamantha Coyne, MBA '04, the Career Services Office's Employer Outreach Manager, assists employers working in all areas of the law in locating clerks and/or associate attorneys to meet their employment needs. Her unique blend of legal, financial services and sales experience, as well as a background in law school employer development, makes her well-suited to assist employers as they seek new talent. Among other work, Coyne reaches out to small- and mid-sized firm professionals, corporate attorneys, and alumni working in nontraditional careers.

To discuss how your firm or organization can benefit from working with the Duquesne Law's Career Services Office, please contact the Employment Outreach Manager.

Outside Employment Recommendations

Please be aware that Duquesne University School of Law faculty strongly suggest that first-year day division students should not engage in any outside employment during their first year at the School of Law. The faculty also strongly suggest that second- and third-year day division students should not engage in more than 20 hours per week of outside employment.

Nondiscrimination Policy

Duquesne University School of Law is committed to a policy against discrimination in employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, marital status, genetic history, or Veteran status.  All of these classes and any other forms of discrimination are totally antithetical to the policy of the University.  The services of this office are available only to employers whose standards and practices conform to this policy. TAP No.30.