The Hub is Richardson Law’s career services portal. Employers can register for free, recruit for students and recent graduates, manage and post your job openings 24/7.
Career Services For Employers
OPPORTUNITIES TO RECRUIT STUDENTS AND ALUMNI
Our Career Services Office provides many opportunities for legal employers to network with and recruit our students and alumni. We invite you to host information sessions, Open Houses, and informal social receptions both on-campus or at employer offices. Other programs of interest include: On-Campus Interviews (OCIs), Launch-a-Lawyer, Career Day Series, Career Alternatives Series, Employer Open Houses, and various Career Panels and Programs. We can arrange employer receptions and information sessions.
We encourage you to utilize our free, online career portal called The HUB. Please submit your employment opportunities by email.
You may post the following positions:
- Part-time academic year positions for students;
- Part-time and full-time summer positions for students;
- Internship, Externship and Pro Bono opportunities;
- Permanent positions for recent graduates;
- Lateral positions for experienced graduates;
- Judicial clerkship and fellowship opportunities; and
- Scholarship opportunities for students.
ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS (OCIs)
Each year, our office hosts On-Campus Interviews (OCIs) in the fall and spring. Our OCI program provides:
- Flexible full or half-day schedules;
- Private interview rooms;
- Free on-campus parking; and
- A light lunch.
There is no cost associated with the OCI program. In addition to our traditional on-campus interview programs, we can help schedule on- and off-campus interviews during the academic year. While travel costs prevent many students from traveling to neighbor islands, several neighbor island judges and employers have travelled to Oʻahu to conduct on-campus interviews.
All employers wishing to participate in the On-Campus Interview (OCI) program and/or on-campus recruiting activities must sign the Non-Discrimination Policy for Employer Signature form [PDF, 179KB] indicating they have read and will adhere to the non-discrimination policies of the University of Hawai‘i. The Law School requires that all interviewers be familiar with fair employment and interview practices and that they refrain from making any illegal inquiries. The Law School adheres to the University’s non-discrimination policies: “To promote an education climate that complies with equal opportunity/affirmative action policies of the University of Hawaiʻi, which is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination based on race, sex, gender identity and expression, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, genetic information, marital status, breastfeeding, income, assignment for child support, arrest and court record (except as permissible under State law), sexual orientation, national guard absence, and status as a covered veteran.” See University of Hawaiʻi EEO/AA Policies.
Although Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has been repealed, there are still unresolved issues of discrimination involving LGBTQI individuals by the United States military employment policies. The William S. Richardson School of Law is required by law and by the University administration to allow military employers equal access to campus recruiting opportunities, despite military policies that violate University non-discrimination policy. The military must adhere to all other recruitment policies of the Law School. In allowing military employers to recruit on campus, the Law School is complying with the mandate of The Solomon Amendment that is a part of the National Defense Authorization Act of 1995. The Solomon Amendment stipulates that Federal funds, such as student aid, will be denied to any school that prevents the military from recruiting on its campus.
NOTE: All employers wishing to participate in the OCI program and/or on-campus recruiting activities must sign the “Non-Discrimination Policy for Employer Signature form” indicating they have read and will adhere to the non-discrimination policy of the William S. Richardson School of Law.