1. Law school is a full time job, and the initial adjustment is especially demanding. Consequently, students are not permitted to work for pay in any capacity during their first semester of law school.
2. The law school discourages working for pay while enrolled, even when it is allowable. However, the following policies and procedures govern all students, some of whom may wish to work for pay.
Student Cancellation Procedure: Your participation in ASU’s On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program and any local or national law recruiting event requires your commitment to keep interview appointments or cancel them in a timely manner. The intent of the policy is to maximize opportunities for ASU students and to maintain the integrity and the reputation of ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law within the legal community.
You must cancel interviews as soon as possible, but in no event later than 5:00 PM, two (2) business days prior to the scheduled interview date by canceling (“declining”) your interview on Symplicity. Click on Interview Schedule, then click on “decline” next to the employer name on your schedule.
Failure to comply with the above-outlined cancellation procedure will result in suspension of On-Campus Interview Program participation and Symplicity registration. Students must send a letter of apology to the employer with a copy to the Career Center office before privileges can be reinstated.
Upon accepting a job offer, (not a call-back interview and not simply receiving an offer) you should immediately notify (by telephone, with a follow-up letter) all of your remaining interviewing employers directly and cancel all remaining interviews.
Please notify the Career Center immediately of your employment. This will assist the Center with maintaining data on hiring trends and the seeking status of students by class year. It will also serve as assistance to fellow students researching potential employment opportunities or insight on the status of their current applications.