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Fall OCI

Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia Open House & PATH Conference

For students working in or visiting Washington, DC this summer, the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia (PDS) is hosting the following free events: PDS Summer Open House & Fall OCI Preview Thursday, July 24, at 5:30 p.m. Join PDS on Thursday, July 24, at 5:30 p.m. for an open house and on-campus […]

Navigating Fall OCI: Advice from Rising 3L, Michelle Hood

The CSO asked several students and recent grads to share their advice on navigating the Fall OCI recruiting season. Over the summer we will be sharing their tips about the research and bidding process, including strategies for ranking employers, what to expect during OCI, and more. Rising 3L student, Michelle Hood, who will be splitting […]

Navigating Fall OCI: Advice from Recent Grad, Aleza Remis

The CSO asked several students and recent grads to share their advice on navigating the Fall OCI recruiting season. Over the summer we will be sharing their tips about the research and bidding process, including strategies for ranking employers, what to expect during OCI, and more. Aleza Remis, who spent her 2L summer working at […]

Navigating Fall OCI: Advice from Rising 3L, C.C. Huang

The CSO asked several students and recent grads to share their advice on navigating the Fall OCI recruiting season. Over the summer we will be sharing their tips about the research and bidding process, including strategies for ranking employers, what to expect during OCI, and more. Rising 3L student, C.C. Huang, who is working this […]

Navigating Fall OCI: Advice from Rising 3L, Samoneh Kadivar

The CSO asked several students and recent grads to share their advice on navigating the Fall OCI recruiting season. Over the summer we will be sharing their tips about the research and bidding process, including strategies for ranking employers, what to expect during OCI, and more. Rising 3L student, Samoneh Kadivar, who will be splitting […]

Law Firm Summer Receptions for Rising 2Ls (Class of 2016)

Each summer, many law firms across the country hosts receptions so rising 2Ls may learn more about the firms and become acquainted with attorneys and recruiting staff prior to Fall OCI. Invitations will be sent directly by the firms; however, you may also see the complete list  on UT Law Symplicity and select the ‘Events’ […]

Vault Career Insider Now Available

UT Law students now have access to the Vault Career Insider, which is is an educational tool that provides you unlimited, online access to comprehensive career information and management tools. It includes access to: Industry and Professions: Build the foundation for your career search by researching a broad range of disciplines with quick, easy-to-read profiles […]

Advice from Big Firm Summer Associates Who Got Offers

What do summer associates need to know to succeed? Students are encouraged to read the article “Advice from Big Firm Summer Associates Who Got Offers” (Jeanne Graham, Texas Lawyer, May 19, 2014) to obtain advice from UT Law 2013 grads, Jennifer Cannan and Kevin Hess, and others, who worked as summer associates at their respective […]

What Employers Really Value

As many of you gear up for Spring OCI and job fairs, we encourage you to read the article “What Employers Really Value” in ABA’s Student Lawyer (Vol. 42, No. 6, February 2014). Erin Binns, Director of Career Planning at Marquette University Law School, states that “despite all the hype (especially at this time of […]

Five Tips for Callback Interviews

Mary Crane, author of “Starting Work for Interns, New Hires, and Summer Associates”, and a past speaker at the UT Law Professional Development Institute, has the following tips for students who have callback interviews: Be prepared. Carry several copies of your resume in a portfolio with a pen. Arrive with several specific questions to ask. […]