AT HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
Public interest employers are encouraged to participate in Harvard Law School’s fall and spring on-campus recruiting programs. The Public Interest Interview Program (PIIP) is coordinated by OPIA in the fall; the Spring Interview Program (SIP) is coordinated by the Office of Career services. Our office will publicize your visit, however, to ensure that public service-minded students hear about it.
If you are interested in interviewing students on campus but are unable to participate in PIIP or SIP, we may be able to accommodate you with a resume collection program. Please contact Micah Nemiroff for more information at email@example.com.
Register for the Public Interest Interview Program (PIIP)
The Public Interest Interview Program (PIIP) is Harvard Law School’s fall on-campus interview program for 2L and 3L students seeking summer or post-graduate employment with non-profit organizations, public defenders, prosecutor offices, legal services organizations, government agencies, and private public interest law firms. The fall 2019 program will be held September 9-13, 2019 on the Harvard Law School campus.
To register, please complete our registration survey.
Should you have a hiring need but are unable to come to campus to participate in the program, we encourage you to complete the survey and register for a resume collection instead.
If you are unable to participate in the interview program, you may send job opportunities directly to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact our office at email@example.com or (617) 495-3108 with any questions.
REACH A WIDER AUDIENCE
Consider representing your organization at the fall Equal Justice Works Career Fair for public interest employers. Students at any member law school may attend this recruitment event.
Employers interested in reaching a wider audience are invited to participate in the Massachusetts Law School Consortium’s Public Interest/Government Recruitment Programs (spring and fall).