Once you have scheduled an initial on-campus interview, we ask that you honor the interview. We understand that emergencies do occur and ask that you notify Leslie LeBlanc, Manager of Recruitment and Operations as soon as possible. If you receive an offer that you plan to accept but you still have an upcoming interview and there is an alternate that can take your place on the schedule, you may ask to be removed from the schedule as long as you give the Manager of Recruitment and Operations at least three business days’ notice. If it is within three business days of the interview, you must honor the interview.
No-shows deprive other students of interviewing opportunities, waste employers’ time and may impact employers’ willingness to interview future BC Law students. Consequently, two (2) no-shows will result in your exclusion from further participation in all BC Law School Recruitment programs. An exception for cancellation of interviews may be made for third-year students who receive a permanent job offer after they have scheduled an interview.
Boston College Law School is committed to a policy against discrimination and harassment based on age; sex; race; color; religion; national origin or ancestry; sexual orientation; disability; or marital, family or military status. Boston College Law School extends use of its facilities to employers whose policies are consistent with this policy and expects that no discrimination or harassment will occur in hiring, promotion, compensation or work assignments. (The completed text of the Law School’s policy against discrimination and harassment, including a description of grievance procedures, is available in the Law School’s Academic Policies and Procedures Handbook.)