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Symplicity for Students and Alumni

The Career Services Office uses Symplicity, an online job database system, to post positions, information on career related events, announcements and more. Through Symplicity, students can search for summer and school year positions and alumni can search post graduate positions. Symplicity is also where students apply for positions through Resume Collections and our Fall and Spring On-Campus Interview programs.

Student Accounts

First-year students and LLM students will receive an account in late October of their first semester and therefore do not need to register for an account. To learn more about Symplicity please refer to our Symplicity Student User Guide  and our Symplicity Alumni & LLM Student User Guide .

For students who have forgotten their password click on the Symplicity button above then click on the "Forgot Password" link. A new password link (to create your own password) will be sent to you via email.

Alumni Accounts

Alumni who graduated in 2006 or after may access Symplicity with the username and password assigned to them as a student. If you have forgotten your password click on the Symplicity button above then click on the "Forgot Password" link to create a new password, however if you have a new email address (email is your username) please contact the Career Services Office for a new username/password rather than using "Forgot Password".

Alumni who graduated prior to 2006 may register for an account by clicking on the Symplicity button above and complete the online registration form.

To learn more about Symplicity please refer to our Symplicity Alumni; & LLM Student User Guide .

School Year Employment Note

Students should plan to devote substantially all of their time to their law studies and related activities. Students shall not undertake remunerative employment in excess of 20 hours a week. Regulations of the Faculty of the School of Law, University of California, Davis, Regulation 1.11.

Questions

If you have any questions about Symplicity please contact Kim Thomas or the Career Services Office.

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