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Your assigned Law Career Services will continue to be your primary resource for all things job related during your second year of law school. From resume and cover letter advice, to job search strategy and interview preparation, your career advisor is here to talk through all of your professional and job search related questions. Second year students often have unique concerns related to job search strategies and maximizing networking during a busy year of school. Schedule an appointment with your Career Services advisor by calling (312) 362-8385 or stopping by our office in Lewis 300.
During your second year of law school Vincent remains your primary resource for online professional resources at DePaul. Vincent houses a wide variety of resources available to students and alumni, including class year specific job postings, quick practice area guides, a calendar of networking and professional development events, resume/cover letter guides, and more. Questions about how to use Vincent? Please email your assigned Career Services Advisor, or email
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DePaul’s On-Campus Interview (OCI) program is held annually in the late summer and early fall. Student orientation takes place in the spring semester prior to OCI. All second and third year students may participate. The program consists of on-campus interviews (in-person on the Loop Campus) and resume collections with participating employers.
DePaul’s 2018 Fall OCI program will take place from August 6 to September 18. Students interested in participating may bid/apply for interviews using the OCI tab in Vincent prior to July 18. More detailed information will be made available to students in late spring of the prior academic year. More information is available to students in the OCI Announcement on your Vincent homepage starting in the Spring of each year.
This mentor program provides a unique opportunity for second-year students to meet an experienced Chicago area attorney, learn about practicing law, and continue to develop a professional network prior to graduation. For additional information about this program, please email