The Career Services Office offers employers and law school students the convenience of interviewing on campus. The Career Services Office hosts two annual On-Campus Interview (OCI) Programs. Fall OCI is held from August-September; Spring OCI is held in February.
If an organization is unable to participate in our OCI Programs, we invite employers to allow the Career Services Office to collect and forward to them student application materials (Resume Collection). With Resume Collection, the Career Services Office will send student application materials to employers on a designated date of the employers’ choosing.
We do not charge employers for any of our recruiting programs. All registration fees, interview room accommodations, parking services, and meals are complimentary.
Please contact our Recruiting Manager with any questions you have about our recruiting programs.
Students: Key OCI Dates and Deadlines
Bidding for Session 1 Opens: January 13, 2016
Bidding for Session 1 Closes: January 19, 2016
Interviews Begin: February 8, 2016
Interviews End: February 26, 2016
OCI for Students
OCI for Employers
|OCI Handbook and Release Form||OCI Employer Registration Form|
|Resume Direct||Campus Parking and Maps|
|NALP Directory Mail Merge Guide||Grading Policy|
|NALP Policy on Offers|
We encourage you to consider interviewing students via video conferencing, if you cannot be here to interview on campus. We can coordinate these interviews with your IT department. Please contact the Recruiting Manager for more information.
Chapman University Fowler School of Law is committed to a policy against discrimination in employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other basis prohibited by applicable state or federal law. The services and facilities of the Career Services Office are available only to those employers who observe the principle of equal opportunity and whose practices are consistent with this policy.
Use of the law school’s facilities by any prospective employer constitutes a representation by the employer that its employment practices are in accord with the law school’s nondiscrimination policy. The Fowler School of Law expects that all employers will consider, in good faith, each applicant on the basis of his or her individual merits.
If you have any questions, please contact the Assistant Dean of Career Services.