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Registration is available for a variety of recruiting options that allow you to recruit our high-caliber students for summer positions or full-time employment. Our Symplicity services are free to employers and registration takes only a few minutes to complete. 

For detailed instructions on how to register for a Symplicity account, participate in on-campus & virtual interviews, post jobs, & more, please review our Symplicity Employer Guide.

If you need any assistance with the registration process, please contact our office at 336.758.3325 or email

Sign Up for Our Recruiting Emails

Never miss an email from our office regarding the opening of our Spring and Fall recruitment programs. If you are not currently receiving our emails, please sign up online.

Fall & Spring Recruitment Programs

On-Campus Interview Program (OCI) – No Fee

This program allows employers to choose either virtual or in-person options to conduct interviews for full-time job, part-time job, and summer internship positions. Enjoy 100% pre-screening as employers will receive resumes as a group in advance and select the students whom they wish to interview. Full and half day interviews may also be requested. When on campus, employers will enjoy a private interview suite, free Wifi access, complimentary lunch if your schedule runs through the noon hour, as well as free coffee, drinks, and snacks throughout the day.

Current OCI Sessions

Fall 2024 OCI invitations will be sent to employers by early March 2024

Fall 2024 OCI Interview DatesDeadline to Register
Session #1: August 5 – 8 (Full!), & 9, 2024

Law Firms | Virtual Only
July 12, 2024
Session #2: August 26 – 30, 2024

Law Firms | Virtual or In-Person
August 2, 2024
Session #3: September 16 – 20, 2024

All Employers | Virtual or In-Person
August 23, 2024

Resume Collection – No Fee

If you cannot make it on campus, our resume collection option allows your job opportunity to be highlighted & marketed to our students during our Spring and/or Fall Recruitment Programs. Resume packets will be emailed to you in a convenient PDF packet on one of the dates below for your review and consideration. If needed, we can set up interviews on your behalf.

Current Resume Collects

Fall 2024 Resume Collect DatesDeadline to Register
Resume Collect #1: July 19, 2024July 19, 2024
Resume Collect #2: August 9, 2024August 9, 2024
Resume Collect #3: August 30, 2024August 30, 2024

Post a Job – No Fee

If you would like to post a job opportunity within our job bank for current students or alumni, please do so any time by using our online job posting form or by logging into Symplicity.

Virtual Interviews – No Fee

We utilize Symplicity built-in video for all virtual interviews during our Spring and Fall recruiting sessions. This is a user-friendly, cost-effective and convenient way for non-local employers to interview job candidates. This provides law firms, non-profit and public sector legal employers & judges the ability to remotely interview law students throughout the nation.

Off-Campus Interview Programs

We participate in off-site recruiting consortia in regions across the country. For more information about any of the programs listed below, or to discuss the possibility of a one-day recruiting conference in your city, please contact our Recruiting Coordinator, Catherine Sapp, directly at or 336-758-3325.

Regional Programs

  • North Carolina Legal Interview Program
  • New England Interview Program

Specialty Programs

  • Loyola Patent Interview Program
  • Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair
  • Southeastern Intellectual Property Job Fair
  • Southeastern Law School Consortium | SELSC: Progress in the Profession (formerly known as SEMJF)

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. 

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