Website Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP


Job Description:

The Legal Recruitment Assistant Coordinator executes and supports the Campus Relations team in all aspects of the Firm’s law student recruitment efforts and Summer Associate Program.


Assist in coordinating the Firm’s global law student recruiting efforts, including campus outreach activities, the on-campus interview process, and the callback interview process for 1L and 2L recruits
Process registrations for on-campus interview programs
Review/sort candidate applications and maintain candidate records
Coordinate interview schedules for candidates
Organize and attend virtual and in-person recruitment events
Build relationships with key law student groups and career services professionals
Coordinate attorney participation in on-campus events
Support aspects of the Summer Associate Program, including planning and attending summer associate events, coordinating the mentoring program, and assisting with the assignment process
Manage event invitations, track event attendance and liaise with internal and external vendors
Provide on-site support during summer associate events
Update summer associate assignment database and schedule summer associate reviews
Provide regular administrative support for Legal Recruitment Department: Process expense reports
Email communications
Scheduling/calendar appointments
Database and file maintenance


Required Skills:

Bachelor’s degree.
1-2 years related work experience preferably in a legal or professional services environment.
Availability to work overtime on certain occasions is necessary.
Must be able to handle multiple tasks.  Ability to work effectively in a team environment, and with a wide range of professionals at all levels.
Must possess excellent written, organizational, and communication skills, basic computer skills, and the ability to work quickly and accurately.

The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of the work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualification required of employees assigned to this job.