We look forward to assisting you with your recruiting efforts and providing you with effective access to our bright, ambitious, and professionally experienced students and alumni. Please feel free to browse our Web site as you consider the ways in which Northwestern Law students and alumni can meet your hiring needs. Various ways to recruit our students include:
We welcome employers and alums to participate in our student programs. Alums are encouraged to volunteer as career advisors and mock interview coaches. You can register online to participate. In addition, we solicit attorneys to represent practice areas and types of employers in panel presentations, discussions, and table talk events like our annual Meet the Employers Night. Lastly, we can assist you in your efforts to promote your organization and reach out to our students through presentations and alternative means of introductions.
If you would like to discuss these opportunities in detail, please contact our Assistant Director of Recruitment and Marketing by email at email@example.com or by phone at (312) 503-3498.
On behalf of the students and alumni of Northwestern Law, thank you for your interest.
Statement of Equal Opportunity
Northwestern University School of Law ("Northwestern Law") does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, parental status, marital status, age, disability, citizenship or veteran status in matters of admissions, employment, housing or services or in the educational programs or activities it operates.
Northwestern Law is committed to the same policy of equal opportunity for all students and alumni/ae. The facilities and services of the Northwestern Law are available only to those employers whose practices are in agreement with this policy. The representatives of any employer using these facilities and services, in doing so, affirm that the employer does not discriminate.