One of our most important jobs is to facilitate your recruitment efforts. Each fall, employers from nearly 300 offices come to Vanderbilt's campus to participate in our on-campus interviews.
In addition to on-campus interviews, more than 500 legal employers solicit letters of interest and resumes from our students. We also publish a Recruitment Handbook, which features photographs and profiles of our second- and third-year students.
We invite you to participate in our on-campus interviews and see why Vanderbilt students stand out because of their excellent legal training combined with their leadership, communication and social skills.
Each fall, employers have the opportunity to conduct on-campus interviews with second- and third-year students interested in serving as summer associates or in entry-level positions. On-Campus recruitment of 2Ls and 3Ls can be arranged any time classes are in session.
To participate in fall 2017 on-campus interviews, employers should submit a schedule request online through Symplicity . On the homepage of Symplicity, expand the ‘OCI’ tab >> click on ‘OCI Date/Schedule Request’ >> ‘Request A Schedule.’ In February, employers have the opportunity to interview first-year students on-campus for summer associate positions or summer internship positions.
To participate in spring 2017 on-campus interviews for first-year students, employers should submit a schedule request online through Symplicity. On the homepage of Symplicity, expand the ‘OCI’ tab >> click on ‘OCI Date/Schedule Request’ >> ‘Request A Schedule.’ For more information about any of our programs, please contact us.
If you are unable to visit the Vanderbilt campus, we invite you to provide information about your employment opportunities or collect resumes from our students and/or recent alumni. Employers may submit a request online through Symplicity. From the homepage, under Shortcuts, click on Create Non-OCI Job Posting.
Alternatively, if you're not on Symplicity, contact the Career Services Office at 615-322-6192 or email Mary Griffin to request a Non-OCI Job Posting Form.
The Career Services Office publishes this book annually as a convenience for potential employers. If you wish to receive a print copy, please contact our office.
Vanderbilt University Law School maintains a policy of individual admissions which, with the school's selective enrollment, permits a continuity of students possessing both high academic credentials and a demonstrated potential for leadership and public service.
The Career Services Office conducts an on-campus recruitment program each fall for second-year and third-year law students, as well as a program each spring for first-year students. If you are unable to visit the Vanderbilt campus, we invite letters providing information about your employment opportunities.
We look forward to working with you and welcoming you to the Vanderbilt community of students, faculty, alumni and friends.