The school’s practice-ready curriculum is designed to equip graduates with the leadership, management and interpersonal skills that are necessary for career success.
Due to the overwhelming response we have been receiving for all job postings, we regret that we are unable to speak with each of you individually. In an effort to keep you informed about the position(s) you apply for, we’ll be updating the status of open positions on our website. We only accept résumés for open positions, so please check our website periodically for updated position openings.
The website will be updated with the following information throughout the recruitment process:
- Currently accepting résumés (Applicants should submit their résumé as instructed in the job advertisement.)
- No longer accepting résumés (We are currently screening résumé that have already been received. No additional résumés are being accepted at this time.)
- Currently Interviewing (An initial round of interviews has been scheduled. A candidate can still be called for an interview, as additional interviews are possible.)
- Position filled (A candidate has been hired. Best wishes and thank you again for your interest in Summit! Please continue to visit our website for new opportunities.)
Summit is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act Title VII of 1972, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. ASLS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability or age in employment, any of its educational programs, or in the provisions of benefits and services to students.
Diversity Mission Statement
- To identify opportunities to promote diversity among Summit students, administration, faculty and staff
- To identify challenges to diversity among Summit students, administration, faculty and staff
- To promote programs at Summit that influence social change and social equality, and promote the advancement of diversity in the legal profession
Arizona Summit Law School defines diversity in the broadest sense. By this we mean not just a racially and ethnically diverse community, but also a broad range of characteristics, including but not limited to, socio-economic background, race, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, sexual identification, veteran status, gender, religion, gender identity, ideology and appearance. Diversity includes embracing the experiences, perspectives and expertise of other cultures. Summit strives to create a learning atmosphere and an organizational culture that admits diverse students, hires diverse administrators, faculty and staff, and also values the presence, participation and unique experiences of all.
Arizona Summit Law School Annual Security Report
In accordance with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, you can read the Arizona Summit Law School Annual Security Report, including crime statistics.