CHICAGO WALK-AROUND RECRUITMENT PROGRAM
TLC Recruitment Programs originally scheduled for July 2020 have been postponed to the Spring 2021 academic semester. As soon as a specific date is confirmed, that information will be shared here, along with other relevant details.
Students interested in pursuing employment in the Chicago area are encouraged to consider participating in this program. All interviews will take place at employers' offices. Students are responsible for paying travel costs to and from the program.
Please note that Boston College Law School is the coordinating law school that oversees all scheduling and logistics of the program. Mark Kleinschnittger, Manager of Recruitment & Operations (firstname.lastname@example.org), is the primary contact.
Employers' Offices (Chicago, IL)
Important Dates & Deadlines
The deadline to apply is TBD. Students can review all relevant dates and deadlines for this program on our Timeline.
How Do I Apply?
Note: Your "default resume" will be included with each application. To submit a different resume (or any other requested documents) from those uploaded in your "Documents" section, select the appropriate document from the drop-down in the "Bid Details" box.
Please make sure that you finalize your selections before the application submission deadline on DATE/TIME TBD.
How do I know if I have been selected for an interview?
You will be notified via email when the scheduling period opens on The Law Consortium Symplicity website. Students will be able to view their interview status for each employer to whom they applied in the "Invitations" column. If chosen for an interview, you will have the option of accepting or declining the interview. Employers rank their alternate selections. Alternates will be contacted by email as openings become available according to each employer's order of preference.
Procedures for scheduling interviews for which you have been selected will be shared at the beginning of the selection period.
What if I need to cancel?
Employers have set aside valuable time to meet with you; therefore, you are encouraged to plan appropriately before accepting interviews. Only accept interviews if you are prepared to travel to DC on the day of the event. If there is an emergency and you need to cancel an interview, contact the law school career services representative responsible for coordinating the program as soon as possible.
Students are responsible for following their school's interviewing policies.
PARTICIPATING LAW SCHOOLS
- Boston College Law School
- Boston University Law School
- George Washington Univ. School of Law
- The University of Texas Law School
Participating employers' Chicago-area offices.
Manager, Recruitment & Operations
Boston College Law School