On-Campus Interviews (OCI)

OCI is a chance to get a job. It is a job application process through which law firms, government agencies, public interest organizations, and businesses recruit students. Most of the jobs are for JD students for the summer after their 2L year, but there are employers who target 1Ls as well as 3Ls and Tax LL.M. students for post-graduate positions. Many of the summer jobs for 2Ls have the potential to lead to post-graduate offers. The Career Development Center coordinates OCI twice a year.  Fall OCI has more employers. It is also when large law firms recruit. Because big firms tend to be very selective, Fall OCI is viewed as more competitive.

Eligibility for the Spring 2017 OCI Program

Spring 2017 OCI is open to JD students attending Loyola Law School during the Spring 2017 semester as a 1L (1D/2E, Class of 2019), 2L (2D/3E, Class of 2018) or 3L (3D/4E, Class of 2017). Students enrolled during the Spring 2017 semester in the LL.M. Tax, LL.M. Foreign Trained Attorney, Doctor of Juridical Science, Master in Taxation, and Master of Science in Legal Studies programs are also eligible, but should note that the vast majority of employers who utilize OCI for recruitment target JD students.  

  • Joint degree students (JD/MBA, JD/LLM), students returning from a leave of absence, and internal transfer students who transfer from Day to Evening or vice versa are classified as a 2L or 3L according to the anticipated graduation date they report to the Registrar. 
  • Visiting students who wish to participate in OCI must maintain the same status (full-time or part-time) as they do at their home law school and must carry the minimum unit load required by Loyola: 12 for full-time and 8 for part-time.

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