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The Washburn Law Professional Development Office (PDO) uses Symplicity (Career Services Manager, powered by Symplicity) to centralize the many services it provides to students, alumni, and employers.

Symplicity was developed specifically for law school career planning offices.

  • Employers create profiles, which can be searched and "tagged as favorites" by job seekers, and submit on-campus interview requests and job postings to Washburn Law PDO and/or other law schools.

In addition, Symplicity provides all users with a calendar of upcoming events and allows them to schedule appointments with PDO staff.

Getting Started

Employers

  • Go to Symplicity.
    • Returning employers:
      • Enter your previously established username (i.e., your e-mail address) and password.
      • For lost or unknown password click the 'Forgot Password' button or tab, and follow the instructions to have a new password sent to you via e-mail.
    • Employers new to the system:
      • Click the 'Register' button and complete and submit the form with your company information, services requested, contact information, and address.
      • Following review and approval of your registration you will receive your username and password via e-mail.
      • Complete the remainder of your profile.
  • Contact Cindy Moyer (cindy.moyer [at] washburn.edu or (785) 670-1184) with questions.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Registration with the Washburn Law Career Manager, Powered by Symplicity, constitutes agreement on your part to comply with the following non-discrimination policy: In accordance with Section 6-3 of the Bylaws of the Association of American Law Schools and Standard 211(d) of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Washburn University School of Law shall pursue a policy of providing its students and graduates with equal opportunity to obtain employment, without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, or sexual orientation.