2012-13 CDO Recruitment Programs
Below is a brief overview of the programs and services available to Richmond Law students during the 2012-2013 academic year. The Career Development Office calendar is updated annually. In addition to the programs below, the CDO regularly co-sponsors career-related programming with student organizations. One-on-one advising appointments, job search correspondence review, interview strategy sessions and mock interviews can be scheduled throughout the academic year and summer on an as-needed basis.
Government agencies at all levels and public interest organizations (50+ total employers) interview first and second-year students on campus at the University of Richmond for summer positions and third-year students for post-graduate positions.
Participants in this spring interview program at the School of Law primarily are small law firms seeking summer interns.
Each year this event brings together more than 1,200 public interest law students, law school professionals, and attorneys for two days of interviews, workshops, resume/cover letter review, mock interviews, networking, and other career opportunities.
Employers of all types (primarily law firms), visit the School of Law to interview second-year students for summer employment.
At this consortia program, employers throughout the New England region will interview second-year students for summer positions.
Patent Law Interview Program (Chicago, IL)
Corporations, law firm and government agencies recruit for summer and post-graduate employment in intellectual property.
Through this two-day program, employers throughout the United States interview second and third-year students and recent graduates for summer and post-graduate positions.
Employers, primarily law firms, visit the School of Law to conduct interviews for summer and post-graduate positions.
Through its Corporate Scholars Program, WMACCA interviews and hires first and second-year law students for summer work in the legal departments of prestigious local companies and organizations.