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Moritz’s Fall On-Campus Interviewing Program (“OCI”) brings employers to campus to interview 2L and 3L students for summer and permanent positions. Typically, an employer who interviews 14 2L students on campus will invite 4-5 to a day-long “call back” interview with members of the organization. Of those students, between 2-3 will receive offers for summer employment. The National Association for Law Placement (NALP) member firms and schools, including Moritz, follow the guidelines for timing of acceptances and offers.
Students who have successful summer clerkships will receive offers of permanent employment in the fall of their third year. Most firms hire only as many summer clerks as they have permanent positions to offer.
Public and private legal employers come to campus to interview 1L, 2L and 3L students for summer and permanent positions throughout Spring Semester based on their hiring needs, with Public Sector Interview Program (PSIP) occurring in mid-February.
The Current 2016-2017 On-Campus Interview dates are as follows:
- Spring OCI Session 1 February 10, 16, 17
- Spring OCI Session 2 March 5-22
- Public Sector Interview Program February 16, 17, 23, 24
- Public Sector Interview Program- Table Talk February 22
Please watch your emails for possible additional dates.
The 2017-2018 On-Campus Interview dates are as follows:
- Fall OCI Session I August 7-11
- Fall OCI Session 2 September 11-15
Symplicity is the web-based Career Services Management System that we use to manage all aspects of the legal recruitment process. Students are given demonstrations on how to use the system before they need to register for OCI.
Prior to participating in OCI, a student needs to upload the following materials to Symplicity:
Students will also need to research employers in order to decide how to prioritize interview requests. The list of employers registered for OCI can be found in Symplicity on the OCI tab designated for each session.