On Campus Recruiting: Information for Employers - Capital University Law School

On Campus Recruiting: Information for Employers

  • NOTE! Due to the COVID-19 disruption, the Office of Professional Development is evaluating the timing of the Law School's Fall 2020 On-Campus Interviews. Please note that we will communicate with employers once a decision is finalized. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact Assistant Dean Shawn Beem to discuss (614-236-6889 or sbeem@law.capital.edu).

    The formal Fall and Spring On-Campus Recruiting programs are an opportunity to visit the Law School and to meet our most qualified students.

    The Fall On-Campus Recruiting Program is held August through October each year. The program is open to all upper-division law students in the full-time and part-time J.D. program. Alternatively, the Spring On-Campus Recruiting Program is held February through March. The program is open to all full-time J.D. students and upper-division part-time J.D. students.

    Beyond our formal biannual programs, you may visit our campus at any time to interview students. We ask that you give us two weeks’ notice so that we can inform students, collect materials for your review, and set a schedule.

    The Office of Professional Development uses Symplicity to coordinate our on-campus interviews including collection of application materials and schedule building. All services are free.


    Nondiscrimination Policy
    Capital University Law School is committed to a policy against discrimination in education and employment on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, genetic information, military status, national origin or ethnicity, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law in its admissions, educational programs or activities, and employment.To that end, Capital University Law School requires employers to affirm this policy, in writing or electronically, in order to post positions with the Law School. For a complete statement, see Capital University's Nondiscrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Policy.

    Unpaid Opportunities
    Any position posted as "Unpaid" is presumed to be in compliance with all applicable federal and state wage and labor laws.

    More Information

    If you would like to learn more about our on-campus recruiting options, please contact Assistant Dean Shawn M. Beem (614-236-6888 or sbeem@law.capital.edu).