Cancellation and No-Show Policy
An interview is a formal commitment between a student and an employer. Students are expected to attend any and all scheduled interviews, including mock interviews. It is unprofessional to schedule an interview and fail to attend. To do this reflects poorly on the offending student, The University of Texas School of Law, and our student body. Failing to attend an interview, or cancelling an interview at the last minute, is unfair to students who were unable to receive an interview slot and to the attorneys and recruiting coordinators who participate in our interview programs.
Students wishing to participate in on-campus interviews and off-campus job fairs, must read and abide by the rules of the CSO’s Interviewing Policy for On-Campus Interviews and Off-Campus Recruitment Programs. This policy outlines the handling of last-minute cancellations; i.e., less than two business days before an interview as well as no-shows.
The CSO does not encourage interview cancellations. If you need to cancel an interview outside of the decline periods, you must submit the following form as soon as possible.