The Phases of OCI: Phase 3 – Callbacks

Waiting for a Call

Callback interviews, or second-round interviews, are the next phase of the OCI process.  Employers can make callback decisions as early as the day of your on-campus interview, but some employers wait until they have conducted on-campus interviews at all schools …

By Felicia Ho
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The Phases of OCI: Final Phase – Offers & Decisions

Job Offer

The National Association of Law Placement (NALP) is the American legal industry’s professional organization for hiring.  NALP publishes helpful guidelines for law students about handling offers and decisions.  Below is an overview of the timing of offers and decisions:

Offers to …

By Felicia Ho
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The Phases of OCI: Phase 2 – Preselection & On-Campus Interviews

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Now that you have submitted all of your bids, what’s next?  The following is what you can expect over the next few weeks:

1. Pre-Selection and Scheduling Interviews

July 20-26:  OCI employers and their hiring committees will review all applications …

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Post-graduate paid internship opportunity with medical device start-up (possibly FT after internship).

lasers

Hello recent Denver Law grads,

Do you have an entrepreneurial streak and a desire to practice business and law simultaneously?  If so, check out this paid post-grad internship (minimum of 6 months) based in Highlands Ranch.  The internship has the …

By John McKee
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Need a job? We will MOCK you up! Wed 7/26

interview

The CDO invites you to sign up for a mock interview with a Denver attorney, on Weds, July 26th. This is a great way to improve your interview skills and receive feedback about how to polish and strengthen your interview …

By Judy Stein
Judy Stein Career Consultant Judy Stein
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