Job Bank Access for Texas Law Alumni
The Job Bank on Texas Law Symplicity is available to Texas Law alumni at no cost. To learn more about how to use the Job Bank, including creating customized search agents, please refer to the Job Bank Reference Guide.
- Recent graduates can continue to access the Job Bank using their current Symplicity account. If you have forgotten your password, please select “Forgot Password” on Texas Law Symplicity to reset it.
- If you graduated prior to December 2008 and/or have a Texas Law Symplicity account that is inactive (or have forgotten your username), please send your full name, graduating class year, EID (if known), and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Additional useful job banks include the Intercollegiate Job Bank, Work in Texas, and the State Bar of Texas Career Center websites.
If you are an alumnus from another law school, you may want to see if your law school subscribes to the Intercollegiate Job Bank maintained by BYU Law.
Note about document limitation on Texas Law Symplicity
Texas Law Symplicity allows users to upload up to 10 documents at a time. For those who will be attaching a variety of documents to job bank applications, please note that once you’ve attached a document to an application, Texas Law Symplicity saves a copy of the document to the application itself. Therefore, once you’ve applied to an employer with any one document, you can go back to the “Documents” section and delete that document in order to upload another document for a separate application.