Spring Recruitment and On-Campus Interviews - Student Information
January 10, 2020
Applications will open on January 22! Students interested in participating in the Spring Recruitment must apply for posted positions by February 18, 2020 at noon. (Application period is January 22 - February 18, 2020)
Employers: if you would like information on how to participate in the Career Fair, please visit this page.
Wednesday, January 22 at noon:
Students and Alumni May Apply for Jobs and Register for Table Talk through Career Connect.
Tuesday, February 18 at noon:
Student and Alumni Applications Due
Monday, March 2 at noon:
Students and Alumni notified if selected to interview
Tuesday, March 10:
Students and Alumni notified of interview schedule
Saturday, March 14th: Spring Recruitment at Lewis & Clark Law School
Table Talk from 10 to 12
Lunch Break from 12 to 1
Interviews from 1 to 5
Here’s a little more detail on what to expect for the day, and frequently asked questions:
10:00 am – 12:00 pm: Employer Table-Talk
From 10:00 to noon, employers are available to talk with students and alumni who visit their table. This is a great opportunity for students and alumni to learn more about what different organizations do, to inquire about a particular area of law, to get a feel for different office cultures, and perhaps to impress someone enough to secure an interview. Table Talk conversations are not formal, scheduled interviews, but they provide an opportunity for organizations to gain exposure and for employers to meet and connect with students and alumni based on shared interests.
Employers who are conducting interviews in the afternoon but do not have a full schedule may offer interview slots to students they meet through Table Talk.
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm: On-Campus Interviews
During the afternoon, employers interview to fill law clerk, intern, legal extern, or attorney positions. Private interview spaces will be provided for pre-scheduled interviews. Interview space for follow up conversations from the Table Talk will be provided, subject to availability.
Employers that are unable to attend the fair in person may participate in a Resume Collect. These employers will request that candidates send them their resume (and possibly additional materials, if specifically requested). If an employer would like to interview any candidate who submitted materials, they will directly contact the candidate and schedule an interview at a time and location outside of the career fair.
Interview FAQs for students and alumni:
Who can attend or interview?
Students and Alumni from Lewis & Clark Law School are encouraged to attend and apply for pre-scheduled interviews. Sorry, no other groups or individuals are permitted to participate.
How do I apply?
- Table Talk: Register on Career Connect. There is no charge to attend this event.
- One-on-One Interviews: You may submit applications to the employers who will interview at the Fair through the Career Connect On Campus Interview (OCI) Round. There is no need to register to attend the Table Talk if you only want to apply for positions.
What is the deadline to apply for interviews?
In order to be considered for pre-scheduled interviews, application materials must be submitted through Career Connect by Tuesday, February 18, 2020 @ NOON.
How will I know if I have been selected?
Candidates will be notified by Monday, March 2, 2020, regarding whether they have been selected for an interview. Some employers will select candidates from the Table Talk earlier in the day to receive interviews should space become available.
What happens if I get an interview?
Students can proceed to their interview room at the appointed time (you can find this information on Career Connect). No need to check in! But, someone will be in Gantenbien and in Wood Hall to assist you if you have any problems or questions.
Can I see a list of employers who will be there?
Click this link to see which employers are registered for the fair. This list will be updated regularly, so check back often!
Can Career Services provide assistance with my materials before I submit them to a potential employer?
Of course! If you are a Lewis & Clark student, you have an assigned advisor who is available to assist you with job application materials and career strategy. One caveat: avoid waiting to the last minute, because sometimes your advisor has other students who need help, too, or appointments that could cause a time crunch in advance of the deadline.
For questions regarding Spring Recruitment and On Campus Interviews, contact Holly Puckett (firstname.lastname@example.org).