Barring unprecedented demand, each academic year, 2L and 3L students are entitled to five domestic video conferencing sessions of up to one hour each.
Due to the high costs of international video conferencing, all international video conferencing sessions must be individually pre-approved by Career Services staff, and students may be responsible to pay a portion of international charges.
Please see Director of Career Services, with any questions.
The employer with whom you would like to interview must have ISDN or IP videoconferencing capacity to interface with the law school’s technology.
Contact Michael d’Estries, the law school’s Educational Technologies Manager, by email so that he can set up the video conference. In your email, provide the following:
- Name of the employer
- Name of the IT contact at the employer
- Date and time on which you would like to conduct the interview
- Whether the employer uses ISDN or IP technology
- Employer’s ISDN or IP number
Email Michael d’Estries with the above information at least one week before you would like to conduct the interview so that a connection test can be run prior to your interview date.