LL.M. Recruitment ProgramsCurrently, there are three job fairs that recruit LL.M. students: the International Student Interview Program (ISIP), the Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair (EJW Fair), and the Public Interest Legal Career Fair (PILC Fair). ISIP is geared solely toward foreign-trained LL.M. students, while the EJW Fair and the PILC Fair are aimed at both J.D. and LL.M. students seeking careers in the public sector. Participation in the EJW Fair and the PILC Fair is coordinated by the Fordham Law School's Public Interest Resource Center (PIRC). For information on each of these recruitment programs, scroll down or click on the links below.
The International Student Interview Program (ISIP), also known by LL.M. students as the "NYU Job Fair," is a two-day program held annually in late January on the campus of New York University School of Law in New York City. ISIP is open to students from 32 law schools, including Fordham Law School. Current LL.M. students who received their first law degree from another country are eligible to participate.
ISIP attracts more than 120 of the top legal firms worldwide and continues to grow each year. Over 1,100 foreign-trained LL.M. candidates representing more than 75 countries will have an opportunity to be considered for internship and permanent positions in the United States and abroad through this program.
Registration for the EJW Fair usually occurs in August and September of each year. Students will receive information about registration via email. For additional information on the EJW Fair, contact PIRC or visit http://www.equaljusticeworks.org/events/ccf/general.
Student online registration for the PILC Fair typically takes place between October and December of each year. Students will receive information about registration via email. For additional information on the PILC fair, contact PIRC or visit http://www.law.nyu.edu/publicinterestlawcenter/careerfair/index.htm.