Tulane University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity institution, and consequently its policy of non-discrimination includes recruitment, employment retention and promotion of the most qualified students, faculty, and staff, regardless of an individual's race, sex, color, religion, national/ethnic origin, age, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status. Tulane University does not discriminate in its provision of services and benefits and in its treatment of students, patients and employees. Additionally, employers interviewing Tulane Law School students are deemed to agree to abide by our Statement of Appropriate Conduct for Employer-Interviewers.
To post an open position at your organization, please complete the job posting form and fax it to the Career Development Office at 504.862.8797. We post all of our positions on CRIS, a password-protected website accessible to Tulane Law students and graduates. If your organization is interested in posting a blind listing, we will gladly collect the résumés of interested students and/or alumni and forward them to you in one package.
Once you register, the Career Development Office will notify students of your need for summer clerks, part-time clerks or new associates and of your hiring criteria. Students will send requested materials directly to your office by your specified deadline. Any subsequent contact between you and students, including arrangements for interviews, is orchestrated by you without Career Development Office involvement.
Please call David Webster at 504.865.5942 to register via phone, or download and print the Job Notice Form (PDF).
2015 Spring Interview Program in New Orleans
The annual Spring Interview Program provides an opportunity to interview students from all Tulane Law School classes on the Uptown New Orleans campus. The program is directed at firms and organizations that are interested in collecting résumés from and/or interviewing students for part-time positions during the school year, full-time or part-time summer positions and full-time positions starting in the fall. Although the Spring Interview Program includes all types of employers, the Public Interest Career Fair portion of the program places an emphasis on attracting public interest and government employers. The 2015 Spring Interview Program will be held from February 24th – March 13th Tulane University Law School (6329 Freret Street, New Orleans, Louisiana) with alternative dates available upon request. To register for the Spring Interview Program, please complete the 2015 Spring Interview Program Registration Form (PDF) and either fax (504.862.8797) or e-mail it to the Career Development Office.
If you have any questions about Tulane Law School’s interview programs or recruiting options, or if you would prefer to register via telephone, please call Tulane Law School’s Assistant Director for Interview Programs, Adam Maese, at 504.862.8462.
2015 Fall Interview Program in New Orleans
Each fall, Tulane Law School's Career Development Office hosts an interview program in New Orleans for our second- and third-year law students at Tulane Law School. Many employers from across the country participate in this annual event. The program includes two different groups of dates and locations. The Fall Interview Program Early Interview Days portion of the program will take place in mid-August at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel (2 Poydras St., New Orleans, LA 70130). The on-campus portion of the 2015 Fall Interview Program will be taking place at Tulane University Law School (6329 Freret St., New Orleans, LA) beginning in September and continuing through November. Information, dates and registration materials for the 2015 Fall Interview Program will be available at this location in late March.
2015 Summer Interview Programs
In order to make the recruiting process more convenient for our out-of-town employers, Tulane University Law School hosts interview programs in a number of cities throughout the United States each summer. Tulane students will travel at their own expense to these programs, one of which may be near you. Selection of students whom you wish to interview is entirely at your discretion. Program dates and links to more details and registration forms will be posted here in late Spring 2015.
Résumé Collection by Career Development Office
Once you register, the Career Development Office will notify students of your need for summer clerks, part-time clerks, or new associates and of your hiring criteria. The Career Development Office will collect on your behalf résumés from students who are interested in working for you and send them to you in one package on the date you specify on the registration form. Any subsequent contact between you and students, including arrangements for the interviews, is orchestrated by you without Career Development Office coordination.
Videoconference Interview Options
The Career Development Office is a member of the the Law School Connect network, which provides Tulane Law School with the ability to host Videoconference interviews on campus through an internet-based IP system. This service provides employers with the option to interview Tulane Law students in New Orleans without excessive costs for the employer or students.
Videoconference interviews should be scheduled at least 3 days in advance and are subject to availability. If you are interested in scheduling Video Conference interviews, please call or e-mail Adam Maese at 504.862.8462.
The Career Development Office conducts programming related to the legal market throughout the academic year. If you or a member of your team is interesting in discussing your potential participation in future CDO programming, please contact the CDO at 504.865.5942.