Register for the 2017-2018 Resident Associate Program

Please complete the fields below and follow up with our office should you have any questions. To return to the Resident Associate Program webpage, click here.

Employer & Contact Information
In the past three years, has your organization hired a new law-school graduate?
Secondary Contact
Please provide the name and contact information for a secondary contact if we are unable to reach you.
Resident Associate Details
Describe your firm's practice areas.
Describe any particular job responsibilities required of the Resident Associate.
If different from the address located above, specify the location where the Resident will report for work or if the Resident Associate will work remotely.
Specify the anticipated salary.
Specify the anticipated salary. Depending upon the size of the firm, we suggest a salary somewhere in between $58,000-$75,000.
List any additional benefits your firm may offer the Resident Associate.
Candidate Criteria
List any requirements or preferences regarding coursework, Law Review membership, moot court participation, employment experience, language proficiency, or other desired skills. If there is any information you prefer to be withheld from candidates, please specify.
In addition to a week-long legal skills Boot Camp, all Resident Associates will participate in continuing legal education during the year-long residency. Please provide input about any potential CLE topics that would be useful for your Resident Associate’s success.
Questions, Concerns & Comments
Please share any questions or suggestions you have.
Loyola Law School’s 2017–2018 Resident Associate Program offers employers an opportunity to hire a trained Class of 2017 Graduate to serve on a full-time, year-long basis. The Career Development Office will collect Resident Associates’ statements of interest, resumes, transcripts, writing samples, and video prescreening interviews on behalf of employers, but the employers will make all hiring decisions. Employers are under no obligation to hire any of the candidates. Loyola Law School does not contribute to the salary and is not in an employer-employee relationship with participating graduates.
Loyola Law School is a member of the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) and the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) and adheres to a policy of non-discrimination in the hiring, compensation, work assignment or promotion of any person on the basis of sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, race, color, religious creed, national origin, disability, marital, parental or veteran status or the prejudice of clients. Please note that by clicking the "Submit" button below, you agree to abide by the Law School's policy.