"LSU Law offers not just simply an education, but a community of professors and administrators who truly care about each student or prospective student on a personal and educational level."
The LSU Law Center is named in honor of Paul M. Hebert, dean of the school from 1937 - 1977. During that time, Hebert also served periodically as Acting President of LSU, Dean of the University, and Civilian Judge in the Nuremberg Tribunal. LSU Law Center's global role as a center for legal scholarship is rooted in his expansion and guidance of the school's research and study assets.
Participation in job fairs and consortiums offers a unique opportunity for students and employers to make contact with one another, while reducing the financial expense and time commitment. Job fairs also allow students to interview with both in-state and out-of-state employers that typically do not participate in on-campus interviewing. As a result of the large number of students that employers interview during on-campus interview programs, job fairs are typically designed as an alternative way to meet. The fairs allow employers to target a particular student population or practice area, thus satisfying an identified hiring need.
Job fairs do not guarantee you a position, but will provide you with opportunities to interview if you meet the necessary hiring criteria. Many students receive summer associate positions through participation in job fairs.
Job Fairs and consortiums are typically open to schools by invitation only. The LSU Law Center consistently seeks opportunities to expand job fair invitations in an effort to provide more employment opportunities for the general student body. We welcome any information, and will be happy to follow up with any contacts that you may establish during your individual job search.
The LSU Law Center currently participates in the following job fairs: