On Campus Interviews

 

Employers can schedule interviews on campus year round. During the fall, employers can interview second-year students for summer clerkships and third-year students for employment after graduation. During the Spring, in addition to interviewing second and third year students, employers can interview first year students for summer clerkships. 


Fall 2014 On Campus Interviews will take place September 16 through October 3, 2014 and

Spring 2015 On Campus Interviews will take place February 17 through February 27, 2015.

 

Fall 2014 On Campus Interviews

 

Fall 2014 OCIs will take place September 16 through October 3, 2014.  Employers can submit registration to participate via the Mississippi College School of Law Symplicity website at https://law-mc-csm.symplicity.com/employers/, by calling our office at 601-925-7106 or e-mailing Debbie Riddick, Assistant Director of Career Services at dbriddick@mc.edu.


Resume Drop
  

If your firm cannot participate in an on-campus visit but would like to receive resumes from candidates meeting your firm’s specific qualifications, you may request a resume drop through the Simplicity link or by calling the number listed above.  

Non-Discrimination Policy


Mississippi College School of Law is committed to ensuring equal opportunity for all its students and alumni, and is committed to a policy against discrimination in employment based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or disability. The facilities and/or services of the Career Services Office may be denied to employers whose behavior contravenes the Office’s policy based on the above-listed factors. 

This office requires all employers who use its placement services to affirm the following statement to confirm compliance with the nondiscrimination policy detailed above: "Employer gives assurance that it is an equal-opportunity employer, offering employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or disability.”

In consideration of the Solomon Amendment, the U.S. Armed Forces are exempt from the provisions of the Law School nondiscrimination policy as it relates to sexual orientation.