If your law firm or organization has job openings, register now to meet with La Verne Law students for the Spring 2012 On Campus Interviewing Program. To sign up, please fill out the On Campus Interview Employer Registration Form and return it by e-mail to email@example.com or by fax to 909-490-2082 no later than Friday, Jan. 6, 2012. Spring OCI interviews will take place from Monday, Feb. 6 through Friday, April 13. Participation in Spring OCI is free and will be held at the law school campus in Ontario.
La Verne Law boasts a highly credentialed faculty and an engaged student body, some of whom are pursuing dual degrees including a Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration and a Juris Doctor/Master of Public Administration. La Verne Law alumni now number more than 1,300 with more than 35 distinguished jurists currently sitting or having sat on the bench.
Our talented students hail from some of the best undergraduate institutions in the country, including local universities such as UCLA, UC Irvine, and UC Riverside. Here at La Verne Law, the student body is highly competitive, excelling in both oral advocacy skills honed through moot court competitions and writing skills evidenced by publication of their articles in law reviews around the country.
If you find that your schedule does not permit your office to participate in Spring OCI, please feel free to utilize our resume collect services or our job posting service on the forms provided, both at no charge to your office. In the meantime, if the Career Services and Professional Development Office can provide you with any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at 909-460-2016.
La Verne Law makes its facilities and services available only to those employers whose practices are consistent with the La Verne Law policy of nondiscrimination. Click here to review our non-discrimination policy.
La Verne Law provides several opportunities for attorneys and judges to give back to their profession by assisting law students. La Verne Law offers three exciting programs to get involved in:
La Verne Law Mentor Program
- Mentor La Verne Law students who are interested in your practice area
- Make a difference with a minimal time commitment of 1-2 hours per month from January through April 2012
- Meet with your student in person or by phone
The La Verne Law Mentor Program will kick off with a Mentor Reception at La Verne Law at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, in rooms 206/217. Attendance at the reception is not required, but it provides an excellent opportunity to both meet your protégé and mingle with other local attorneys.
La Verne Law E-Mentor Program
- Answer quick career-related questions e-mailed to you by our students and alumni
- Your information will be kept in a private database that is accessible only to our current students and alumni
- Allows you the convenience of providing assistance on your own time schedule
La Verne Law Mock Interview Program
- Help students prepare and practice for job interviews
- Volunteer to conduct mock interviews at your convenience at your office
- Sessions usually last 15-20 minutes followed by your feedback
If you would like to participate in any of these three worthwhile programs, please fill out the registration form and return it to our office no later than Friday, Dec. 9. If you need further information about any of these programs, please contact August Farnsworth, Assistant Dean of Career Services and Professional Development at 909-460-2016 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Career Services and Professional Development Office is here to help you with your application materials and your job search!
Alumni are welcome to e-mail or drop off their resumes, cover letters, and writing samples to the CSPDO for review and suggestions. Simply e-mail them to August Farnsworth, the Assistant Dean of Career Services and Professional Development. For the convenience of alumni, we also provide telephone counseling saving you a trip to campus. Please feel free to contact August at 909-460-2016.
If you are looking for a new job and need to see what is available, check out Symplicity, a web-based program which streamlines and simplifies the job search process for law students, alumni, and employers.
To request your username, password, and the website link or to receive assistance navigating the Symplicity website, please contact Heather Startsman in the CSPDO at (909) 460-2017.