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Interview Policy

Please note the following Career Development Policies that apply to the job search and interview process.

If you have signed up for an interview but must decline, you must notify the career development office as soon as possible so that someone else might be able to interview in your place.Students who do not nofify our office at least 48 hours prior to any interview that they cannot attend the interview should send a letter of apology to the employer and copy the career development office.*
Students who do not attend two interviews without 48 hours notice and without good cause for missing the interview, and students who fail to send a letter of apology if necessary, will be barred from further participation in career development servicesfor that academic year.*

*These policies were put into effect August 1, 1997, and apply to all interview received via the Career Development Office.  If you have any questions, please contact the Career Development Office.

The legal profession embraces strict standards of professionalism.  The representations lawyers make to the court, other attorneys, and the community are commitments that may be relied upon and should be upheld.  In accordance with these standards, it is the policy of Widener University School of Law that students who have accepted offers of employment shall not continue to interview or negotiate with other employers.

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