On-Campus Interview Programs, Resume Collects & Off-Campus Interview Programs

2017 Fall On-Campus Interview Programs*

 Student Bid Deadlines     Symplicity Session  Interview Dates
 July 21, 2017 Session 1  August 8, 9, 10 (T, W, Th)
 July 28, 2017 Session 2  August 14, 15 (M, T)
 August 4, 2017 Session 3  August 22, 23, 24 (T, W, Th)
 August 11, 2017 Session 4  August 29, 30, 31 (T, W, Th)
 September 1, 2017 Session 5  September 19, 20, 21 (T, W, Th)

 

2017 Fall Resume Collect Programs*

Student Bid Deadlines Resume Collect Number
 July 21, 2017  Resume Collect #1
 July 28, 2017  Resume Collect #2
 August 4, 2017  Resume Collect #3
 August 11, 2017  Resume Collect #4
 September 1, 2017  Resume Collect #5

 

Off-Campus Interview Programs

Wake Forest University School of Law participates in more than 25 off-campus interview programs that take place all over the country each year.  As a student, you have access to employers who may not participate in on-campus interviewing due to distance and time constraints, or who may be seeking students with specific credentials or characteristics. If you have questions about any off-campus interview program, please contact Catherine Sapp in the Office of Career & Professional Development (sappcc@wfu.edu) or speak with your Career Advisor.

 

 

 

 

Location Specific Off-Campus Interview Programs

NEW – Southern Legal Interview Program – Dallas (formerly Texas Interview Program)

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: July 31, 2017, Dallas, TX

New England Interview Program (NEIP)

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD – Online registration opens January 2017
  • Interview dates and location: August 11, 2017, Boston, MA

NEW – Southern Legal Interview Program - Atlanta

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 7, 2017, Atlanta, GA

North Carolina Legal Interview Program (Western & Eastern)

  • Student Registration deadline: Registration Window: Closed
  • Interview dates and locations: February 18, 2017: Charlotte, NC; February 25, 2017: Raleigh, NC

 

Wake Forest University School of Law Interview Program Policy

  • Early in the summer (the first of June), you will also be able to see and register for the out-of-state interview programs sponsored by Wake Forest. While some of the job fairs (like SEMJF, the Patent Interview Program, and the Southeastern IP Job Fair) have their own websites, we try to put as many of the other events as possible in our Symplicity program so that you can apply conveniently from anywhere. So, please pay attention to the instructions given for each job fair as the application process varies. Please check your WFU email account every day!
  • Almost all job fairs are 100% pre-select, which means you only attend if you are selected for interviews in advance.
  • Also, please note that it is important that you not contact the participating employers directly, prior to the job fair. Many of these job fairs are sponsored by a consortium of schools where each school has to abide by certain rules or forfeit the right to participate in future job fairs. Not contacting participating employers prior to the interview program is a standing rule for all schools in order to ensure that all students are on the same footing and that employers enjoy the benefit of the streamlined recruiting process that job fairs have to offer.
  • Remember, per the Student Professionalism Contract, you are obligated to attend all interviews received through Wake Forest-sponsored recruiting programs regardless of the amount indicated on any other communication you may receive directly from the consortium law school handling student communications as Wake Forest’s policy differs (even if you only receive one interview).  Do not apply for events if you are not available to attend! Prior to placing any bids for the off-campus interview programs, we strongly urge you to check your finances in advance to determine if you can afford the costs associated with traveling to multiple programs.
  • If you have any questions about the job fairs, please do not hesitate to contact your Career Advisor or Catherine Sapp at sappcc@wfu.edu in the Office of Career & Professional Development.

 

Practice Specific Off-Campus Interview Programs

Loyola Patent Law Interview Program

  • Student Registration window: February 6 – March 9, 2017
  • Interview dates and location: August 3 & 4, 2017, Chicago, IL

Southeastern Intellectual Property Job Fair (SIPJF)

  • Student Registration window: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: July 2017, Atlanta, GA

*San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Association (SFIPLA) Bay Area Job Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: July 2017, San Francisco, CA

*Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair

  • Student Registration window: August 15 – September 14, 2016
  • Interview dates and location: October 28 & 29, 2016, Arlington, VA

 

Diversity Off-Campus Interview Programs

If you are interested in learning more about diversity programs, please review this thorough and comprehensive listing of diversity scholarships, clerkships, mentorships, internships, conventions and job fairs available to law students.

Nashville Bar Association’s Damali Booker First Year Minority Clerkship Job Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and locations: TBD, Nashville, TN

National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) 49th Annual Convention

  • Student Online Registration deadline: March 7, 2017
  • Interview dates and location: March 7-12, 2017, Houston, TX

*Southeastern Minority Job Fair (SEMJF)

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: July 21-27, 2017, Marietta, GA

Delaware Minority Job Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2017, Wilmington, DE

Minnesota Minority Recruitment Conference (MMRC)

  • Student Registration window: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2017, Minneapolis, MN

Hispanic National Bar Association Annual Convention & Career Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2017, Boston, MA

St. Louis Diversity Job Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2017, St. Louis, MO

Rocky Mountain Diversity Legal Career Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: July 2017, Denver, CO

Bay Area Diversity Career Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: July 2017, San Francisco, CA

Indianapolis Bar Association Diversity Job Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2017, Indianapolis, IN

National Black Prosecutors Association Conference & Job Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: July 16-23, 2017, Cleveland, OH

Heartland Legal Diversity Job Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2017, Kansas City, MO

The Boston Lawyers Group Job Fair for Law Students of Color

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2017, Boston, MA

Northwest Minority Job Fair

  • Student Registration deadline: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2017, Seattle, WA

Lavender Law (LGBT Conference & Career Fair)

  • Student On-site Registration: TBD
  • Interview dates and location: August 2-4, 2017, San Francisco, CA

 

Mid-Atlantic Legal Recruiting Conference (MALRC) - This Job Fair has been Discontinued

Dupont Minority Job Fair  - 2016 Information on this Job Fair is unavailable

Tennessee Bar Diversity Job Fair - This Job Fair has been Discontinued

Vault/MCCA Legal Diversity Career Fair - 2016 Information on this Job Fair is unavailable

IMPACT Fair for Law Students & Attorneys with Disabilities - This Job Fair has been Discontinued

Spring Southeast Legal Hiring Conference - This Job Fair has been Discontinued

 

*Please note that per the Student Professionalism Contract, attendance is required for all students receiving even one (1) interview for any of the Wake Forest University School of Law sponsored Interview Programs.

 

Non-Discrimination Policy

Wake Forest University is committed to diversity, inclusion and the spirit of Pro Humanitate.  In adherence with applicable laws and as provided by University policies, the University prohibits discrimination in its employment practices and its educational programs and activities on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, disability and veteran status.  Additionally, the University promotes the full realization of equal employment opportunity for women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans through its affirmative action program. This policy must also be adhered to by all persons, companies and organizations recruiting at Wake Forest University School of Law.