Career Services

On-Campus Recruiting Programs

At various points during the year, law firms and employers from across the country and around the world are invited to visit New York University School of Law to recruit our students. On-campus interviews are generally scheduled on the basis of students' preference selections.

During 2014-2015, 661 private law firms, public interest organizations, government agencies, corporations, and public accounting firms visited NYU School of Law to interview students. The interviewers came from approximately 31 states and 4 foreign countries; 62% were from outside New York.


Spring OCI
1L, 2L, 3L & Tax/International Tax LLM Students
January 25-March 10, 2016
This interview program includes employers from both the public and private sector, hiring for both summer and full-time employment.

Employers participating in OCI or EIW must use our on-line registration program Symplicity. If you do not yet have a Symplicity account, please create one by visiting: Upon receipt of an email that your account has been created, simply login to Symplicity to register. Since dates are assigned on a rolling first-come, first-serve basis, employers planning to interview during the earlier part of our program are encouraged to register at their earliest convenience. Questions may be directed to Cassandre Stump at

Early Interview Week 2016
August 10-12, 2016, DoubleTree Suites - Times Square
This is the largest JD recruitment program of the year for 2L and 3L students. Approximately 350+ employers come to NYU Law to interview for summer or full-time positions. Students participate in required workshops prior to registration for this program. Students participate in an average of 23 interviews during this intensive program, and approximately 130 interviews are scheduled each day.

International Student Interview Program (ISIP) 2017
January 27, 2017
NYU School of Law hosts this consortium program (ISIP) on campus with students from 33 law schools. This program provides foreign-trained lawyers pursuing graduate degrees in the US with the opportunity to be considered for internships and permanent positions worldwide with over 160 US and foreign employers. This program is 100 percent pre-screened by employers, who select students based on language skills, legal qualifications, and experience.  Employer Registration: