For Graduates

Fall 2015 Fall Interviewing Program Registration

Employers should hear back from the Placement Office within a week whether the date you chose is available. If you are only requesting student resumes be sent, please fill out all information EXCEPT the "Reservation Request for On Campus Interview." If you have any questions, please contact Bev Ecklund, Placement Office Coordinator, (503) 370-6057.

Recruiting Organization Information

Employer Name
Recruiting Contact Name
Street Address
Office you are recruiting forList location of office(s) you are recruiting for
Title of position you are recruiting forLaw Clerk, Summer Associate, Associate Attorney, etc.

Hiring Information

Classes you will interview2L- second year student
3L- third year student
Minimum class standing acceptedNot a factor
Top 50%
Top 33%
Top 25%
Top 10%
Law ReviewNot a factor
Moot Court/Mock TrialNot a factor
Technical background/undergraduate degree Not a factor
Application materials requiredCover letter
Writing Sample
Law school transcripts
Undergraduate transcripts
Reference list
Address cover letter to:
Any additional application instructions or information

Reservation Request for On Campus Interview

Please skip this section if you are not coming to campus to interview, but still wish to receive resumes. On Campus Interviewing dates are August 17th & 18th for Portland employers and August 19th & 20th for all other employers. We are able to accommodate dates outside of this week as needed.
Best interview dateMM/DD/YYYY
Second best interview dateMM/DD/YYYY
Name(s) of interviewers, if knownMark with * if Willamette alumni.
Interview length20 minutes
30 minutes
45 minutes

Additional Information if Receiving Resumes Only

Please fill out this section if you are not coming to campus but still wish to collect resumes.
How should application packets be sent?Students send their own
Placement Office sends as a group


Willamette University opposes discrimination in the recruitment and hiring of students and graduates based on sex, race, age, marital status, physical disabilities, sexual orientation, religion, or national and ethnic origin.  The University will not allow its facilities or services to be used by an organization that practices unlawful discrimination or whose employment practices violate the University's equal opportunity policy.

In the case of employers who follow policies of legal discrimination but who do not practice a policy of equal opportunity, the University will permit employer information to be made available to assist students in making choices and contacting potential employers but will not permit on-campus interviews. 

Any complaints concerning practices by employers during the recruitment and hiring process that are inconsistent with the terms of this policy should be reported to the Dean of the appropriate graduate school of the University or the Vice President of Student Affairs for the College of Liberal Arts who will investigate by following a procedure developed within each school.

Your willingness to comply with our Non-Discrimination Policy is indicated by your submission of this online form.