During Early Interview Week (EIW) in August 2014, over 555 offices from 36 states, Washington, D.C., and five foreign countries conducted over 4,600 interviews with our students. Approximately 300 of our 2L and 3L students participated in this program. In addition to EIW, we offer a smaller on-campus program in the fall.
Beyond on-campus interview opportunities, over 1,400 other offices from throughout the United States contacted the Law School last year to post job openings and to request student resumes. Nearly all of the American Lawyer Top 100 firms, the American Lawyer Global 100 firms, and the American Lawyer list of Best Places to Work firms visit the law school or request resumes of Michigan Law students.
If you have not posted a position with Michigan Law in the past, please follow these four steps to register and submit a job opportunity within Symplicity. Please note - if you are submitting a resume collect, you will need to follow the same steps below and select "yes" for resume collect near the end of the job posting process:
Click on "Register and Post Free Local Job."
Please fill out the form as completely as you are able, and hit "Next" at the bottom of the page.
You will be directed to the job posting page, where you can fill out and submit a new position posting (if you are submitting a "resume collect", be sure to select "Yes" for that field near the bottom of the page).
Please feel free to contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734.764.0546 if you have any questions, and thank you for thinking of our school!
Our 2015 Early Interview Week (EIW) is scheduled for Tuesday-Friday, August 4-7th in the Lawyers Club at the Law School. Employer registration for EIW will begin on Monday, March 9, 2015 via Symplicity. Our Recruiting at Michigan - EIW 2015 guide will be available in January 2015. Dates for EIW will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Please be aware that last year the most popular dates filled up in literally just a few hours after registration was open -- so needless to say, we strongly encourage early registration if you have a specific date in mind.
We also offer on-campus interviewing in the fall and winter. Our Fall On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) Program will be September 17 and 18 and October 1 and 2, 2014. Our Recruiting at Michigan - Fall OCI (PDF) has instructions and registration information. Employer registration for Fall OCI will begin Monday, July 14, 2014 via Symplicity.
Our Winter On-Campus Interviewing Program is in February each year. Dates for our 2015 Winter Interview Program are February 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, and 26. Our Recruiting at Michigan - Winter OCI (PDF) has instructions and registration information. Employer registration for Winter OCI will begin on Monday, November 3, 2014 via Symplicity. Of course, arrangements may be made to interview at other times of the school year if it is more convenient.
Our listing of Ann Arbor hotels (PDF) contains street addresses and phone numbers for local accommodations.
For more information or questions, please email Kim LeClair, Recruitment Manager, at email@example.com.
Employers interested in arranging student interviews using our videoconferencing system should contact Kim LeClair at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Office of Career Planning compiles two student directories each year for distribution to employers who may wish to contact University of Michigan Law School students directly. Each directory includes student name, anticipated graduation date, local and permanent mailing addresses, email address, and undergraduate/graduate schools and degrees received.
Our First-Year Student Directory, comprising exclusively of first-year law students, is typically available in late November. Our Second- and Third-Year Directory comprises rising second- and third-year students and is typically available in early June. To request a Student Directory as a PDF, please email Tammy Sindlinger at email@example.com.
View our 2014 questionnaire, available as a PDF or from the Directory online.
Please see our memo from Dean Mark West on procedures for handling discrimination complaints.