University of Pittsburgh

Career Fairs and Law School Consortia

The following is a list of Career Fairs/Consortia that students from Pitt Law have been invited to participate in over the past few years. This is not an all inclusive listing of legal career fairs/consortia. Students are reminded that the sponsoring organizations determine student eligibility each year and many career fairs are limited to students from specific law schools/geographic regions. If you have a question regarding eligibility to participate in a specific career fair, then please contact the CSO or the sponsors directly.


Loyola Patent Law Interview Program, Embassy Suites Chicago. Sponsored by Loyola University Chicago Law School. For more information visit

Loyola Patent Law Interview Program, Embassy Suites Chicago. Sponsored by Loyola University Chicago Law School. For more information visit

ABA Law Student Division Career Fair, Chicago, IL. For more information visit Sponsored by American Bar Association Law Student Division. Open to law students registered for the ABA Annual Meeting (to register, please visit Contact Peggy Pissarreck,, 312.988.5621.


DuPont Minority Job Fair, Wilmington, DE. For information contact Bonnie Bell,

DuPont Minority Job Fair, Houston, TX. For information contact Jane Callender,

DuPont Minority Job Fair, Los Angeles, CA. For information contact Anja Heidenreich,

IMPACT Career Fair for Law Students and Attorneys with Disabilities, Sheraton Crystal City Hotel, Arlington, VA. Open to Fall 2010 Returning Law Students, and Graduates Nationwide. For more information visit

Delaware Minority Job Fair for 2Ls and 3Ls

Many Schools have their own job fair in New York City in August.


Rocky Mountain Diversity Legal Career Fair (RMDLCF).  Founded by Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP and sponsored by Rocky Mountain region legal employers, the RMDLCF will take place at Invesco Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.  Employers will be conducting both traditional and informational interviews.  The career fair is open to law students and recent graduates from culturally diverse backgrounds that have been traditionally under-represented in the practice of law in the Rocky Mountain region. These include law students and graduates who are ethnic or racial minorities, disabled, and/or GLBT.  On-line registration opens May 18, 2009 for candidates and employers.  For more information, go to our website at or email

HNBA Annual Career Fair: Dallas, TX Hispanic National Bar Association’s Annual Career Fair. Visit  Mingle with employers as well as programming specifically for law students.


Equal Justice Works Job Fair. Held in Washington, DC.  For those students who are interested in public interest and government positions.

National Law Students Workers’ Rights Conference (The Peggy Browning Fund).  Held in Silver Spring, MD.  For those students who have a demonstrated interest in either workers’ rights issues or public interest law.  Visit


.Gov Job Fair Hosted by the University of Pittsburgh in conjunction with Duquesne University and Carnegie Mellon University


NE Consortium Fair. Waiting to hear back from Penn State.


Northwest Public Service Career Fair, Seattle, WA and Portland, OR. Sponsored by Northwest Consortium Law Schools. For detailed information about the fair and attending visit


.ORG Non-Profit Job Fair For students interested in non-profit organizations and public interest positions. Held in conjunction with the University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University and Carnegie Mellon University.

George Washington University School of Law LGBT and Diverse Students Job Fair This past school year was the first time Pitt Law was invited to participate.  Will follow up with Kevin Motsinger this year.

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