Hire at Illinois Law
University of Illinois College of Law graduates are intelligent, dedicated, problem solvers, and team players. Most importantly, they are prepared to practice law and add value to your organization on day one.
We appreciate your interest in recruiting our students and want to make the recruiting process as convenient and successful for you as possible.
Illinois Law annually hosts recruiting sessions in Chicago and Champaign-Urbana for employers across the United States.
Online Interviewing Sessions
Friday, February 16, 2024
In-Person Interviewing Sessions
Friday, February 16, 2024 (Champaign)
How to Register:
- Via Symplicity. Account holders may register for our interview program by logging in and navigating to the OCI menu on the left, then choosing “Schedule Request.”
- Via our Online Form.
Alternative Interviewing Schedule
If the scheduled sessions do not suit your needs, we would be pleased to work with you to develop an alternative interviewing schedule. Please contact Greg Miarecki, Executive Assistant Dean for Career Planning and Professional Development, to arrange an interview schedule that works for you.
Job Notification Program
If you are unable to visit us on campus, The Office of Career Planning and Professional Development will post job opportunities for which students apply directly to your firm or organization. We are also happy to collect the resumes of interested applicants and send them to your attention as one package. You may post positions directly on Symplicity or notify us by completing the Job Notification Form below.
Select the type of notification:
Bylaw 6-3(b) of the Association of American Law Schools requires every employer participating in the On-Campus Interview Program and Job Notification Program to affirm its status as an equal opportunity employer, offering the College of Law’s students and graduates with equal opportunity to obtain employment without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender (including identity and expression), sexual orientation, age, or disability.
Our office will not post job opportunities or otherwise disseminate employment information in circumstances where a non-lawyer is seeking a law student to do legal research. This policy is to prevent students from being placed in a situation where they could be called upon to engage in activities that could be construed as the unauthorized practice of law.