La Verne Law students interviewing with employers are expected to demonstrate the highest levels of professional behavior. In order to enhance and preserve the professional reputation of all La Verne Law students and alumni, the Career Services and Professional Development Office has adopted the following policy which is binding upon all La Verne Law students.
Arriving late for an interview or failing to cancel a scheduled interview reflects poorly upon the individual candidate as well as the other law students attending La Verne Law. If students need to withdraw from an interview, please contact the Career Services and Professional Development Office no later than 48 hours prior to your interview. In the case of an illness or emergency, please contact the Career Services and Professional Development Office at (909) 460-2016 as soon as possible. If you fail to attend a scheduled interview without any prior notice you will need to meet with the Assistant Dean of Career Services and Professional Development and draft a letter of apology to the employer. Future on campus interviewing privileges as well as use of other career services may be suspended at the discretion of the Assistant Dean of Career Services and Professional Development Office subject to compliance with this policy.
This policy also applies to mock interviews organized by La Verne Law and interviews organized through the Law School Career Advisors of Southern California consortium including, but not limited to, Public Interest Career Day, Government Day, and the Intellectual Property Associate Search Program.