The Career Development Office at LMU Loyola Law School invites employers to participate in our Spring 2023 Virtual Interview Program (VIP).* Employers may interview virtually or request the Career Development team to collect applications from students. Employers can use Loyola's virtual platform or provide their own video link.
*Formerly known as Spring On-Campus Interviews (OCI)
- February 7-9, 2023
*Register by January 9, 2023
- If your office cannot participate in our program on the dates above, please contact us to discuss other dates that may be more suitable for your recruiting timeline.
Resume Collects & Direct Sends
Employers who prefer to arrange interviews on their own may request a resume collect or direct send. There is no cost for an application collection or the advertisement of an opportunity.
Information regarding how to participate in LMU Loyola Law School's Spring 2023 Virtual Interview Program can be accessed here.
Should you have any questions about the Spring 2023 VIP, please reach out to Felicia Rodriguez.
Main: (213) 736-1150
Standards for Use of Placement Services & Complaint Procedures
LMU Loyola Law School's "Standards for Use of Placement Services and Complaint Procedures" outlines the guidelines for students, employers and the Law School in handling student complaints related to on-campus recruitment. View our policy.
LMU Loyola Law School is a member of the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) and the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) and adheres to a policy of non-discrimination in the hiring, compensation, work assignment or promotion of any person on the basis of sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, race, color, religious creed, national origin, disability, marital, parental or veteran status or the prejudice of clients.
NOTE: An exception to the LMU Loyola Law School Career Development Office non-discrimination policy and AALS bylaws is granted to representatives of the U.S. Department of Defense who discriminate on a basis not permitted by Loyola’s non-discrimination policy or AALS bylaws. The exception is currently made in order to avoid the loss of funds that would otherwise be imposed under the Solomon Amendment (enacted by Congress in 1996).