Welcome to WashULaw!
Our students come to WashULaw with strong academic credentials and diverse interests. Over two-thirds of our students leave the St. Louis metropolitan area following graduation, with Chicago, Washington, DC, California and New York being the most popular destinations. For the large percentage of students committed to the St. Louis area, we work with employers directly to make sure you find the best candidate for your opportunity. Our mission in the CareerCenter is to proactively prepare and place students and graduates in positions by strategically partnering to create customized job searches and employment opportunities for long-term professional success.
WashULaw Recruiting Policy
The NALP Principles for a Fair and Ethical Recruitment Process provide an excellent framework. WashULaw also recognizes that each employer is unique and specific policies and guidelines may vary, while still promoting a fair and transparent recruiting process. Employers must not discriminate on the bases of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity or expression, veteran status or disability. We expect our employers to recruit in a manner that is equitable and transparent with their hiring timeline, giving reasonable response deadlines and a reasonable period of time to consider offers of employment when each offer is made.
- Interview Programs
Early Decision Interview Program (EDIP) – Conduct virtual interviews with students ahead of formal on-campus interview programs. Students participating in this interview program are counseled on accepting an offer, if extended. Interview dates as early as June 28, 2021 are available. For more information, contact Tanya Bishop, Recruiting Programs Coordinator.
Virtual Interview Programs (VIP) – Conduct virtual interviews with 2L and 3L students. Scheduled sessions start July 27 with dates available through October. Request a schedule today. Direct sends and resume collects are welcomed.
Individual Interview Program (IIP) – Recruiting timelines can sometimes be unique and we acknowledge that. THE IIP is a way to customize your schedule to fit your hiring needs. You choose your criteria, select your students with the option of the Career Center’s prescreening, and select an interview date that works for you. Learn more or discuss your needs by contacting Tanya Bishop.
We are here to meet your hiring needs and want to offer programs and initiatives that work best for your circumstances. We believe providing options will garner the best student applicants possible. Consider timing as flexible as well: evening, early morning and ½ day schedules are available.
Off Campus Programs
Midwest Cali Georgia Consortium (MCGC) | July 2021
New England Interview Program (NEIP) | August 2021
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If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to either Tanya Bishop or Angela Smith at their contact information below.
Recruiting Programs & Communications Coordinator
Phone: (314) 935-8044
Director of Operations and Diversity
Phone: (314) 935-5843