Richmond Law students and graduates combine an understanding of legal theory and the practical knowledge to apply what they have learned in the classroom to real-world problems with collegiality and professionalism. Whether you are seeking candidates for post-graduate, summer or school-year positions, the Career Development Office at Richmond Law can help you fulfill your hiring needs. Connecting with our students is easy if you are close to campus or across the country. We can customize a campus recruiting strategy for you, and our services are free of charge. Please contact us at (804) 289-8638 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help.
On-Campus Interview Programs
Interviewing students on campus is convenient and efficient. After you select an on-campus interview date, we will coordinate the collection of your requested application materials (typically cover letter, resume, transcript and writing sample), reserve an interview space, notify applicants and coordinate an interview schedule with the candidates you select. On-campus interviews are available at your convenience anytime, though many employers elect to visit campus during designated periods in the late summer, early fall or early spring. We can help you identify the best time to visit us based on your needs. We also can arrange interviews with our students via video conference.
The Fall 2015 On-Campus Recruitment Program begins on August 11, 2015. Reservations for on-campus interviews can be arranged in any of the following ways:
- Through the University of Richmond Symplicity website
- Completing and returning the printable form to the Career Development Office, or
- Scheduling through the Career Development Office at (804) 289-8680
If you are not able to interview on campus, we will be happy to assist you with the collection of a resume booklet, schedule a Skype interview, or arrange for students to send applications to you directly.
If it is more convenient for you to review materials and schedule interviews at your office or by phone, we encourage you to submit job postings to the Career Development Office for inclusion in our online job listing service. Job postings are accessible to current students and alumni, based on your preferences. Applicants can apply to you directly, or applications can be compiled and forwarded to you on a specific date.