A Recruit’s Guide to the On-Campus Interview Process and the Job Talk
Danielle M. Conway
University of Hawaii at Manoa - William S. Richardson School of Law; University of Hawaii at Manoa - Institute of Asian-Pacific Business Law
Michigan Journal of Race & Law, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2000
This article offers information about on-campus interviews and advice about preparing to give a job talk. The on-campus interview process may sound daunting, but it can also be rewarding. To ensure that the process is as rewarding as possible, there are three important things a law faculty candidate must do. First, you must investigate the interviewing law school, its faculty, and its hiring process. Second, you must develop points of contact at the interviewing law school. Third, and most important, you must persuade the law school faculty that you will be a great teacher, an enjoyable colleague, and a productive scholar.
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Date posted: March 3, 2010
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