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The International Student Interview Program (ISIP) is an annual consortium event sponsored by 32 law schools nationwide and hosted by NYU School of Law to facilitate the hiring of highly qualified foreign-trained lawyers enrolled in LLM programs at each school.
The program attracts more than 160 of the leading legal employers from around the world, who review student resumes based on their hiring needs and country of practice. Over 1, 600 candidates representing 75+ countries will have an opportunity to be considered for internship and permanent positions in the United States and abroad. ISIP 2016 will take place on NYU School of Law’s campus in Greenwich Village on January 29, 2016. For more information about the program’s structure and participating schools and employers, please refer to the 2016 Employer Brochure.
ISIP Resources Online
Eligible students and employers can login to ISIP Symplicity, our online registration and interview scheduling system, using the appropriate links on the left. You will also find links for detailed instructions for using ISIP Symplicity along with a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to assist you throughout the registration and bidding process.
Employers register online to attend and interview at the program or to collect resumes from participating students. Once interview schedules are approved, employers can use ISIP Symplicity to review student resumes, make candidate selections, and modify existing interview schedules.
Students may access the Student FAQs and Student Instructions links for further information about participating in ISIP. Only students enrolled in an LLM degree program at one of the consortium schools may participate in this event. Eligible students are registered through their school's career services office and may not register themselves.
ISIP Coordinators from the consortium schools may review Coordinator FAQs and Coordinator Instructions, and login to ISIP Symplicity in order to monitor student activity and view employer information.