Semester Office Hours
Starting Monday, August 21st, the
CSO will begin to observe Fall Hours as follows:
Please Note: The CSO will be closed
Monday, September 4th, for Labor Day.
Monday, Tuesday & Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Job Posting System
August 21, 2000, job postings will no
longer be accessible via the internal Web page. Students will be
able to access job postings via the internet and the local area network
on the LawCareer password-secured site. Current
students must pick up their password in the CSO.
Passwords will not be given out over the phone.
Did you clerk at a law firm this summer?
Volunteer for a public interest organization? Serve as a summer associate?
Research for a professor? Work for a government agency? Take
summer classes or study abroad? If so, we want to know about it!
We would appreciate it if all returning students
would take a few minutes to complete our "Summer Experience Survey," available
in the handout racks outside the CSO and in the Spakateria. Simply
return the form to our office and fill out a raffle ticket to win one of
a number of prizes. Winners will be announced in the Record at
the end of September.
FALL INTERVIEW PROGRAM:
CLASS OF '01,
'02, & LLMs
Registration for the Fall Interview Program is now complete. Although
all necessary paperwork has been turned in to our office, programs are
still available to help you maximize your chaces for success throughtout
the interviewing process. Check out the programming section for more
Student interview schedules will be available
for pickup on Friday, September 1st and Tuesday, September 5th until 5
p.m. On campus interviews will begin Wednesday, September 6th.
Reminder: Check out the "2000
Fall Interviewing Program: Student Information for 2001 & 2002 Graduates"
Web page or the CSO bulletin board on a daily basis for the most up
to date information on the Fall Interview Program.
Air Force JAG Corps Interviews
The U.S. Air Force JAG Corps will have a representative
on the main campus Monday, October 16th
from 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m to interview 2Ls & 3Ls.
To set up an interview, contact Major Fred Wolfe directly either through
or at 1-877-412-0126 AND drop off a resume and cover letter to the
CSO before 12
p.m.on Wednesday, October 11th.
Interviews will take place at the Career Development Office in the Galvin
The above employer refuses to sign Chicago-Kent
College of Law's equal employment opportunity compliance form.
Please pre-register for any of the following
CSO programs by signing up in the office, calling (312) 906-5200, or e-mailing
with the title, date and time of the program you wish to attend (unless
Don't let your first interview actually be your first interview.
One of the best ways to prepare for upcoming interviews is to participate
in a mock interview. Debbi Gutman will conduct mock interviews,
appointment only, in the CSO on the following days:
Wednesday, August 30th
10:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursday, August 31st
10:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Wednesday, September 13
10:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Please submit a resume 24 hours in advance
of your appointment and indicate the employer-type you want her to assume
in the mock interview. You are encouraged to come dressed
as you would for an actual interview. Sessions are videotaped, after
which you will receive a candid critique of your current interviewing skills
while watching the video. Students interested in keeping a copy of
their session are encourgaed to bring their own blank videotape to the
Tips for Large Law Firm Employment from the Employer and Student Perspectives
29th, at 12:00 p.m. in Room 270 and at 5:15 p.m. in Room 580, the
CSO is hosting a program to help students prepare for fall interviews with
large law firms. Attorneys involved in on-campus recruiting for law
firms and recent summer associates will share their valuable perspectives
on what employers look for in a candidate and provide hints and tips for
making the most of your interviews. Feel free to bring your lunch
to the 12 p.m. program.
Arthur Andersen, Tax Division,
Interested in working for a major corporation? Then here is your
opportunity to learn more by attending a presentation by Arther Andersen
on Wednesday, August 30, from 12-1:30 in Room
581 or on Thursday, August 31, from 5:15-6 p.m. in Room 580.
Arther Anderson employees will be on hand
to answer questions about the company and disucuss employment opportunities
for 2Ls and 3Ls. Refreshments will be provided!
Securities and Exchange Commission Informational Program
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will be at Chicago-Kent
on Wednesday, August 30, from 3 - 4 p.m. in Room
370 for an informational meeting about the SEC. Representatives
will answer questions about their office and discuss employment opportunities
for 2Ls and 3Ls.
Outside of On-Campus Interviewing
Wondering what else is out there aside from large
firm employment? Here's your chance to find out. On Tuesday,
September 12, at noon in Room 270, bring
your lunch and listen to a panel of practitioners from a small and a mid-size
firm, a corporation and a public interest organization discuss what it's
like to practice law in their firm or organization and provide tips and
strategies for finding employment outside of large firms. Don't miss
this opportunity to learn what else awaits you outside of large firm employment.
of Justice Informational Program
Department of Justice representative Eleanor
Barry, Assistant Director in the Office of Attorney Personnel Management,
will speak at an informational meeting on Thursday,
September 14, at 5:30 p.m. at
Loyola University Chicago School of Law in Room 110.
The presentation will introduce students to the Attorney General's Honor
Program and Summer Law Intern Program and will answer questions about the
work of the Department, eligibility issues, the interview process, and
security and suitability issues. Students are strongly encouraged
to attend to get the inside scoop on the DOJ.
Informational packets regarding opportunities
for entry-level attorneys and law students at the DOJ are available in
the handout racks of the CSO. Applications for the Attorney General's
Honor Program for 3Ls is also available in the handout racks. Applications
for the Summer Law Intern Program for 2La can be downloaded off the Web
Both applications must be received by the
DOJ no later than September 25, 2000.
York Law Firm Interested in German Attorneys
Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, an international
law firm with offices in New York, Washington, Paris, Brussels, London,
Frankfurt, Rome, Hong Kong and Tokyo is sponsoring a symposium for German
attorneys (who have completed their 1st date exam) in November. Please
contact Maureen Stimming
Worker Positions Available in the CSO
Want to earn some extra cash? If so, the
CSO is currently accepting applications for student workers. We seek
applicants who can work days and one evening shift on Wednesday until 7
p.m. Interested applicants should submit a resume and available times
to Asha Vishwanath ASAP.
The CSO receives numerous notices throughout the year about internships
(paid & unpaid); fellowships; judicial clerkships; and miscellaneous
opportunities that would be of interest to our students. Detailed
descriptions are maintained on our Special
Opportunities & Record Handouts web page. Recent
2000 Publice Interest Law Career Fair and Conference
The NAPIL Career Fair and Conference represents
a unique opportunity for students and graduates to meet and interview with
employers from across the country in a single location. Last year,
more than 225 employers and over 1,100 students and graduates from 167
law schools attended. For more information check out www.napil.org.
interested in participating in the career fair, sign up in the CSO.
conjunction with the career fair, NAPIL will also host it's Annual Awards
Dinner and National Public Interest Conference. Students must
register separately for the conference and awards dinner through individual
registration forms. The career fair and conference
will take place October 21-22, 2000
at the Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel.
note: Students must submit resumes directly,
via mail, to participating employers by September