The Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) has put together this STUDENT INFORMATION PACKET to assist you with the 2013 Fall Recruiting program. To participate in the Fall Recruiting program, you must register with OCPD between Monday, July 1 and Wednesday, July 10. If you are a third-year student who participated in the 2012 program, you must register for the 2013 program.
Cracow and Abroad-bound students may register beginning June 18, 2013. The information below will assist you with the registration process and throughout the recruiting program. Students should refer to these materials often and contact OCPD at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 319-5132 with further questions regarding the process.
If you are uncertain whether or not you should participate in fall recruiting, please contact our office to schedule an appointment with a career advisor (either in-person or over the phone).
2013 FALL RECRUITING STUDENT PACKET
Symplicity: Access to Online Job Database (Registration with OCPD Required)
Welcome to the 2013 Fall Recruiting Program!
2013 Fall Recruiting Instruction Guide
OCPD's Fall 2013 Recruiting Procedures
2013 Fall Recruiting FAQ
Guidelines to Obtain a Law School Transcript
2012 Fall Recruiting Program Participating Employers
Fall Recruiting Student Checklist
Policy: Interview, Cancellation and Withdrawal
Cracow & Abroad Students
Do You Have An Online Reputation?
Section II: Handouts
Section III: Information Flyers
Did you know that not all employers who participate in Fall Recruiting are large law firms?
The Structure of an Interview
Fall Mock Interview Program
Boston Interview Program
Section III: Upcoming Job Fairs, Conferences and Events
- National Black Prosecutors Association Job Fair: July 14-20, 2013
- 8th Annual Vault/MCCA Legal Diversity Career Fair: August 2, 2013
- Indiana Bar Association Diversity Job Fair: August 7, 2013 (Registration Deadline July 7, 2013).
Section VI: Online Resources:
The online resources listed below are intended to assist students in developing a career development plan and should be considered only part of a comprehensive job search strategy. Beyond job postings, these resources identify different practice areas and career paths as well as potential employers. This list of resources is by no means exhaustive. We strongly recommend contacting OCPD to schedule a meeting with a career advisor in order to develop an individualized job search strategy. Please call (202) 319-5132 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
· Vault Career Library (Access via Symplicity)
1This site is password protected. Please call or email OCPD for login and password.
2Catholic students and alumni are eligible for free registration. After clicking on link, register for the site under "New User" on the right hand side of the screen.
NOTE: OCPD is not responsible for the content or the accuracy of the information presented within the sites and the inclusion of sites in this resource does not constitute an endorsement. This is not a comprehensive list of all the legal resources available on the Internet.