The centerpiece of the firm's recruiting is the summer associate program. Summer associates are given significant and challenging assignments that can include research and writing on complex issues, involvement in ongoing litigation tasks, and client conferences which in some cases are at the work site. In addition, summer associates participate in social activities with our attorneys. Candidates should direct their resumes to John Cook, the member of the firm responsible for recruiting.
Since its inception in 1986, the firm has employed 2-3 summer associates per year. While the firm primarily relies on its summer associate program for permanent hiring, we have also considered candidates with qualifying practice experience or judicial clerkships.