Career Services

Consortium Programs

New York University School of Law hosts or participates with other schools in recruitment programs that serve students with special interests or special needs.

Loyola Patent Law Interview Program 2022

The Patent Law Interview Program in Chicago will be held as a fully virtual program on July 21-22, 2022. The Loyola Patent Law Interview Program is a national interview program that brings together students with technical backgrounds and legal employers interested in hiring law clerks and entry-level attorneys for their patent or intellectual property law practices. More than 150 law schools including NYU School of Law and over 140 legal employers from all over the country participate in this highly successful interviewing and networking event. For more information contact OCS at, call at (212) 998-6090 or on Loyola's website  Registration for 2021 has closed.

Lavender Law Conference and Career Fair 2022

The Lavender Law Conference will be held virtually from July 27 to July 29, 2022. The National LGBT Bar Association’s annual Lavender Law® Career Fair is designed to achieve a sense of community and inclusion for LGBTQ+ candidates within the legal profession’s recruiting efforts. By participating in this career fair, candidates will talk directly to LGBTQ+ friendly recruiters from law firms, government agencies, LGBTQ+ rights groups, and corporate legal departments. Only firms that have a nondiscrimination policy that includes sexual orientation and gender identity/expression are eligible to recruit at the Career Fair.  The Lavender Law® Conference and Career Fair actively seeks the involvement of individuals from every segment of the legal community and particularly welcomes the participation of people of color, transgender persons and persons with disabilities. Membership in the National LGBT Bar Association is open to all lawyers, legal professionals, law students and other individuals in the legal profession without regard to age, race, religion, gender, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.  This program is designed to provide students with a safe, confidential space where they can ask questions about job search skills, being out on your resume, in interviews and in the workplace, and other related issues. For more information contact OCS at, or view the Lavender Law website at

Public Interest Legal Career Fair 2022

The Fair will be held in February 3-4, 2022 (virtual). More than 250 employers interview over 1,700 students from 20 area law schools during this two-day program coordinated by the Law School’s Public Interest Law Center. The registration deadline is typically in December.  Questions about the Fair should be directed to at or by calling 212-998-6686. More information can be found at