This is my first post, so I'll start with a little bit about me. I'm Mary Beth Wynn, the Student Services Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School. I'm an '02 grad who practiced law in Chicago before returning to the Law School in January of this year. As the Student Services Fellow, I work with Admissions, Career Services and the Dean of Students. Right now, I am devoting most of my time to Career Services, because we are right in the middle of OCI (on campus interviewing). The vast majority of our rising 2L class find their summer jobs through this process -- not surprising given the fact that our 2L class is roughly 200 people, and roughly 300 employers participate in OCI. I've been spending the majority of my days over at the GSB (graduate school of business) where we run the OCI program, and it's a blast. Our students look so great dressed up in suits, their enthusiasm is running high, and as the employers check out with us each day, they tell us what a great crop of students they had the chance to meet with. It's an exciting thing to be a part of. I've asked some students to tell you (through me) a bit about their OCI experience -- look for their perspectives to be posted here in the next week.