Interview Programs


The Career Services Office offers a wide range of professional development programming and training resources for students. Learn more about various interview programs at the law school below.

Employers wanting to participate in interview programs can contact the CSO at

Equal Justice Works Conference Program

Fully paid for by the school, students get the opportunity to interview with hundreds of public service employers from across the nation at the Equal Justice Works Conference in Washington, D.C. We also host a reception where you can meet Jayhawk lawyers who have launched careers in the D.C. region and can give you the inside line on their path to success.

Speed Mock Interviewing Program

Students can get instant feedback on their interviewing skills from attorneys across the region through the law school’s Speed Mock Interviewing Program. This hands-on approach to mentoring in action is a great opportunity for law students to hone their interviewing skills.

Rural & Solo Program

KU Law recognizes the need for skilled attorneys in small communities across the state. This effort is focused on promoting these opportunities to students and giving them an essential understanding of small and rural practice economics. The students get the opportunity to meet with practicing attorneys and judges at the annual Southwest Kansas Bar Association's Annual Meeting in Dodge City, Kansas.  

More Interview Resources

The Career Services Office at KU Law offers resources to help students prepare for interviews.

Upcoming career events

Contact the Career Services Office

Heather Spielmaker, Assistant Dean of Career Services

Stacey Blakeman, Director of Career Services

Meredith Wiggins, Assistant Director of Career Services