2014 Fall Interview Program Recruiting Form

The University of Richmond School of Law invites you to participate in the 2014 Fall Recruitment Program. With a highly competitive student body, distinguished faculty members, and premier academic and clinical programs, Richmond Law is committed to the highest standards in legal education, offering organizations outstanding law students and gradutes for summer and permanent employment.

Reservations for an on-campus interview can be arranged in any of the following ways:

  • Through Symplicity
  • Registering online using the form below
  • 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. We look forward to working with you, and thank you for recruiting University of Richmond students and graduates.

Employer Information

Employer name:
Address:
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Web address:
Contact name:
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Hiring Attorney:
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Office(s) for which you are recruiting:
Indicate any criteria you consider in hiring our students:

The Fall On-Campus Interviewing Program begins August 18, 2014, and continues throughout the semester.

1. On-Campus Interview Schedule Request

Interview date(s) requested: First choice:

Second choice:
Interview format: On-Campus
via Video Conference
via Telephone Conference
Students you wish to interview: 1Ls for part-time or summer 2015
2Ls for part-time or summer 2015
3Ls for Fall 2015 entry-level positions
Length of interviews: 20 minutes 30 minutes
Documents requested from applicants in addition to a resumé: Unofficial Transcript
Cover Letter
Writing Sample
List of References
Please provide a brief description of the position(s) you are interviewing for:

2. Request For Applications

Employers who seek to fill full-time, part-time, or short-term project positions with first, second, and third year law students:

Please provide a brief description of the position(s) you are interviewing for:

Select an application method:
If you selected "Resumé Collection," please enter a date for the resumés to be submitted:
If you selected "Resumé Direct," please enter a date for the resumés to be submitted:
Accepting resumés from: 1Ls 2Ls 3Ls
Documents requested from applicants in addition to a resumé: Unofficial Transcript
Cover Letter
Writing Sample
List of References

Please Read and Sign Non-Discrimination Policy
University of Richmond School of Law

The University of Richmond School of Law prohibits discrimination with regards to race, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, status as a veteran, or any classification protected by local, state or federal law. Use of School of Law resources, facilities or services in the recruitment and employment process affirms an employer's agreement to abide by this policy.

We do not, as a matter of regulation or practice, disqualify law clerks or attorneys from employment on the basis of any characteristics or handicap listed in the non-discrimination policy.
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As a matter of regulation or practice, we do disqualify from employment law clerks or attorneys with any one or more of the listed characteristics or handicaps listed in the non-discrimination policy.
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Please indicate the nature of the disqualifying condition(s) and provide a brief explanation of the reason for your practice:

Your name:
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Contact Information

Kym Osterbind
Recruiting Coordinator
University of Richmond School of Law
Career Development Office
28 Westhampton Way, Room 115
Richmond, VA 23173
(p) 804-289-8680
(f) 804-287-6516
kosterbi@richmond.edu