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    Tel: 540.458.8535
    Email: lawcareer@wlu.edu
    Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm
    Office: Powell Suite, Sydney Lewis Hall

    How To Recruit From W&L

    The Office of Career Planning and Professional Development invites you to participate in our recruiting programs!

    SPRING 2014 RECRUITING PROGRAMS

    On campus interviews in Lexington will be held February 3 – April 11. To register use the Symplicity Career Manager, or return a hard copy registration form.

    In addition, we offer two interview programs in Richmond. The Spring Interview Program on March 21 and the Government and Public Interest Interview Program on February 14. Both programs are offered at no-charge to you and are held at the University of Richmond.

    If you can’t travel to interview our students in person, we can arrange video or phone interviews at no-charge to you. Additionally, we provide resume collection services for those who prefer to simply receive student resumes. To post a job for current students or alumni please email job announcement details to Jane McDonald in the Office of Career Planning at mcdonaldj@wlu.edu.

    FALL 2014 RECRUITING PROGRAMS

    On-Campus Interviews

    On campus interviews will take place in Lexington from August 18. We also offer the opportunity to interview our students in Charlottesville, August 11-14 at the Boars Head Inn.

    To register on-line, go to our Symplicity Career Manager, or return a hard copy registration form.

    Regional Interview Programs

    If you can’t travel to interview our students in person, we can arrange video or phone interviews at no-charge to you. Additionally, we provide resume collection services for those who prefer to simply receive student resumes.

    JOB POSTINGS FOR CURRENT STUDENTS OR ALUMNI

    To post a job for current students or alumni please email job announcement details to Jane McDonald in the Office of Career Planning at mcdonaldj@wlu.edu. There is no charge for this service.

    VISITING INFORMATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION

    Washington and Lee University School of Law
    Office of Career Planning and Professional Development
    Sydney Lewis Hall, Room 490
    Lexington, VA 24450
    Phone (540) 458-8535
    Fax (540) 458-8168

    Nondiscrimination Statement

    University Policy
    In compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and all other applicable non-discrimination laws, Washington and Lee University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran’s status, or genetic information in its educational programs and activities, admissions, and with regard to employment. Inquiries may be directed to the Interim Provost, Robert A. Strong, Washington Hall, (540) 458-8418, who is designated by the University to coordinate compliance efforts and carry out its responsibilities under Title IX, as well as those under Section 504 and other applicable non-discrimination laws. Inquiries may also be directed to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education.

    Revised July 2011

    Law School Policy
    The Washington and Lee University School of Law opposes discrimination in employment based on sex, age, race, religion, national origin, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, veteran's status, genetic information or any other legally impermissible or irrelevant ground. The facilities and services of the School are available only to those employers whose practices are consistent with this statement, and use of the facilities and services of the School of Law is construed as an affirmation by the employer that it does not so discriminate in selecting employees at any stage of the employment process. The Association of American Law Schools has taken the position that the current employment practices of the United States Armed Services do discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, and has granted a limited exemption to permit Armed Services representatives to recruit on campus due to the potential loss of funding to the University that would result from the Solomon Amendment.