Rutgers School of Law-Camden participates in various job fairs throughout the year. Each job fair has its own requirements and deadlines. Information on application requirements and deadlines is emailed to students, so please check your email regularly. For all questions related to job fairs please contact Gwen Tolbert, Manager of Recruitment, in the Career Planning Office at email@example.com.
ABA Law Student Division Career Fair
The annual ABA Law Student Division Career Fair will kick-off the Division’s portion of the ABA Annual Meeting. This one-day Career Fair provides a unique opportunity for law students to meet with representatives from law firms of all sizes, state and federal government agencies, public interest, and non-profit groups for summer and new associate positions, as well as internships and volunteer opportunities. For updates and more information, go to http://www.abanet.org
Delaware Minority Job Fair for 2nd and 3rd year students
This purpose of this initiative is to recruit talented students and increase diversity in the Delaware Bar. A number of law firms, corporations and government employers participate in this job fair. This Job Fair is by invitation only and is limited to students who are in their second and third year of law school.
New Jersey Law Firm Group Job Fair
In an effort to increase diversity among New Jersey's legal community, the Law Firm Group (a group of New Jersey's top legal employers) sponsors its annual job fair, hosted by Seton Hall University School of Law or Rutgers University School of Law-Newark. For more information and to register, go to http://www.njlawfirmgroup.org
Philadelphia Area Diversity Job Fair (PADJF)
PADJF exposes diverse law students to large law firms, major corporations, federal, state and local government agencies, public interest organizations and the Judiciary. Registration information, and participating employers with their hiring criteria can be found at https://law-dmpd-csm.symplicity.com each summer.
Impact Career Fair for Law Students with Disabilities
To register and view the list of employers, go to http://www.law.arizona.edu/impact/
National Black Law Student Association – Mid-Atlantic Regional Job Fair
The Mid Atlantic Job Fair offers employers the opportunity to interview exceptional law students from a diverse candidate pool. This student-organized event pairs over 100 employers with more than 2,000 available students. Upcoming Registration information can be found at www.nblsa.org.
Lavender Law Career Fair
The Lavender Law Career Fair is designed to achieve a sense of community and inclusion for LGBT candidates within the legal profession's recruiting efforts. By participating in this career fair, candidates will talk directly to LGBT-friendly recruiters from law firms, government agencies, LGBT rights groups, and legal departments. http://lgbtbar.org/annual/
Greater Philadelphia Area Law Schools (GPALs) Job Fairs
The application process for all GPALS job fairs is conducted via the followng website: https://law-gpals-csm.symplicity.com/students/.
WASHINGTON D.C. JOB FAIR
Hosts various legal employers in the Washington D.C. area at the St. Gregory Luxury Hotel in Washington, DC to recruit qualified students from Philadelphia area law schools.
PHILADELPHIA JOB FAIR
The First Law School Consortium in the United States hosts various legal employers from outside the Philadelphia and New Jersey area, to recruit qualified students from Philadelphia area law schools for summer positions and a very limited number of permanent positions, at a convenient Center City Philadelphia location on the same day.
Equal Justice Works Career Fair and Conference
National job fair for public interest and government opportunities hosted at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center. Additional information and registration information can be found at: www.equaljusticeworks.org.
Public Interest/Public Service Job Fair (PIPS)
This event is sponsored by the Consortium of Greater Philadelphia Area Law Schools, which includes all of the law schools in the Delaware Valley, and the Public Interest Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association. PI/PS provides students that are genuinely interested in the public interest sector to interview with public interest/public service employers. Check your emails for registration information and updates.
Patent Law Interview Program
This interview program is hosted by Loyola University Chicago School of Law and routinely consists of more than 145 employers and over 65 law schools annually. You must pre-register for this program and have an undergraduate in biology, mechanical, electronic or computer sciences. http://www.luc.edu/law/career/patent_students.html
Dupont Minority Job Fair for 2nd and 3rd Year students
This annual interview program aims to attract talented law students with an interest in increasing diversity in Delaware area law firms and primary legal service companies.