Free Posting on REVS Job Bank

Texas A&M School of Law students in front of the Law SchoolEmployers may post a position free of charge to our online job bank 'REVS' powered by ​12Twenty.

You may select whether you want 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls and/or alumni to view your posting. Students and/or alumni can respond by sending the requested application materials to the contact information you provide in the manner you choose.

For Employers without an existing REVS account:

  • Go to https://law-tamu.12twenty.com/hire, then click the “Sign Up” button.
  • Complete the requested information and set your password.
  • Follow the directions below to post a position.

For Employers with an existing REVS account:

  • If you have an account, log in to REVS.
  • Choose ‘Post a Job’ from the options in the center of the screen.
  • Complete your posting and hit ‘Submit for Approval’. You will receive an email confirmation when your job posting has been approved.

Reminder: Your username is your complete email address. If you have forgotten your password or have never received one, select ‘Forgot My Password’ tab and it will be e-mailed to you.

If you do not wish to create a ​REVS account:

You may complete a job posting form and return it by email to Bob Weathersby, Director, Office of Career Services, at rweathersby@law.tamu.edu. We will then post the position for you on ​REVS. However, you will not be able to view or manage your posting unless you have a REVS account.

Questions?
If you have any questions about using ​REVS, please contact Bob Weathersby, Director, Office of Career Services, rweathersby@law.tamu.edu.

Please note: Attorneys must be in good standing with the state bar to post on our Online Job Bank.

How to Receive Application Materials Options in REVS:

  • 'Apply via REVS': Selecting this option allows you to log in to REVS and view the entire group of applicants and each applicant’s specific application materials at any time. If you choose, you can view materials for the entire group or for specific individuals. To manage your job posting and view applications, click on the “OCI and Job Listings” tab after logging in to REVS.
  • 'Apply via Email': This option allows you to input an email address so students can email application materials to you directly.
  • 'Apply via External Website': You may provide instructions on applying through your organization’s website.

Notice to Private Sector Employers Seeking Unpaid Interns

The U.S. Department of Labor has guidelines governing unpaid internships with for-profit employers.  For details, please visit https://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.pdf.  Should you wish to participate in the externship program, in which students can work and earn class credit, please contact Cecily Becker at cbecker@law.tamu.edu.

Texas A&M University School of Law Nondiscrimination Policy

Texas A&M University is committed to providing a safe and non-discriminatory learning, living, and working environment for all members of the University community. The University provides equal opportunity to all employees, students, applicants for employment or admission, and the public regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.  Texas A&M University will promptly, thoroughly, and fairly investigate and resolve all complaints of discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment), complicity and related retaliation based on a protected class in accordance with System Regulation 08.01.01, University Rule 08.0.01.M1, Standard Administrative Procedure (SAP) 08.01.01.M1.01, and applicable federal and state laws.  In accordance with Title IX and its implementing regulations, Texas A&M does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any education program or activity, including admissions and employment. 

The University’s response to allegations of discrimination, harassment, complicity, and related retaliation will be 1) prompt, thorough, and equitable; 2) intended to prevent the recurrence of any harassment; and 3) intended to remedy its discriminatory effects, as appropriate.  A substantiated allegation of such conduct may result in disciplinary action, up to and including separation from the University.  Visitors, contractors, and third parties who commit discrimination, harassment, complicity, or related retaliation may have their relationships with the University terminated and/or their privileges of being on University premises withdrawn.

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