On-Campus Interview Instructions – BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School

On-Campus Interview Instructions

Log in to LINX: http://law-byu.12twenty.com/

To Apply to On-Campus Interview:

  1. Click on “OCI and Job Listings” to the left of your screen.
  2. Click on “OCI” tab.
  3. Click on the blue highlighted job title you are interested in.
  4. Click on the “Apply” button in the top right corner.
  5. Upload the requested documents. Click on “Apply” when done.
  6. All documents must be in pdf format

You should see a “Congratulations” at which point you have successfully applied to that OCI.
If writing samples are requested, include only 5-10 pages of your best work. If this is not the
entire document, include a cover sheet explaining the excerpt.

Please do not apply for employers that you would not accept an offer from. Once you have
applied and have been accepted to interview, it is your responsibility to follow through with the
interview process.

On-campus recruiters will select students to interview. You will be notified by email if you have
been selected for an interview. An email will also be sent if you were not selected. Once you
have been notified by email that you have been selected for an interview, follow the link to select
an interview.

Withdrawing from OCIs
The ONLY time you should withdraw from an OCI is when you have officially accepted a
formal offer.

Procedure to withdraw
You must email the firm directly and cc Coleen Nelson, nelsonc@law.byu.edu. In that email
please be gracious and indicate that you have accepted another offer and thus will have to cancel
your interview/callback/etc.

Be sure to contact Coleen as soon as possible when you need to withdraw as she will need to
make other changes in the schedules.

PLEASE do not withdraw applications for any reason other than accepting another job. That
reason is valid, but others are not. Please be careful to apply only to those firms with whom you
will accept an offer.

If you have problems or questions, contact Coleen Nelson via e-mail
(nelsonc@law.byu.edu) or telephone (801) 422-1857.