Indiana Law's Career Services Office connects law firms and legal organizations with talented graduates, who are proud, professional and practice-ready. We remain in close contact with our alumni, so you can reach both entry-level candidates and a pool of experienced attorneys. You can meet our students by visiting campus, collecting résumés, videoconferencing, or by posting a job on CareerNet, our electronic job board. For more information about any of our recruiting options, call our office at (812) 855-0258, send us a recruiting registration form, or e-mail us at email@example.com. Additional services include:
On-campus interviews that give you the opportunity to interview and select candidates from a diverse group of highly qualified students who meet your specifications.
Résumé collects if you unable to participate in on-campus interviewing: We will assemble and send résumé packets to you based on your screening criteria.
Virtual interviewing via our state-of-the-art remote technology links.
On-location recruiting in cities such as Chicago: We bring our top talent to your office, which saves you the time and expense of traveling to Bloomington.
Employer walk-arounds in Chicago, Indianapolis, and Washington, DC, where a group of our students come to you for introductions and networking.
Program participation, which gives you the opportunity to recruit by participating in professional development and career-oriented programs as presenters and panelists.
Client visits and check-ins: Let us meet with your recruiting team to learn more about your recruiting process and needs, determine your screening specifications, share market information to help you remain competitive in the law school recruiting market, and receive feedback about our candidates.
We will be pleased to work with you on these programs, or to tailor a program that suits your hiring goals. For more information, contact Anne McFadden, assistant dean for career services, (812) 855-0259, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In accordance with applicable state and federal laws and university policies, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law provides equality of opportunity for all persons, including faculty and employees, with respect to hiring, continuation, promotion and tenure, applicants for admission, enrolled students, and graduates, without discrimination or segregation, on the grounds of race, ethnicity, color, citizenship, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender (including identity and expression), disability, age, marital status, veteran status or other legally protected status. It is the policy of the law school to seek to have a student body, faculty, and staff that are diverse with respect to race, color, and sex. Law school facilities are open only to employers whose practices employ this policy.