A: We expect to have between nine and eleven summer associates in our 2018 program.
A: Duke, SMU, University of Texas, UVA and Vanderbilt.
A: In 2018, we will visit Duke, Harvard, SMU, University of Texas, UVA and Vanderbilt. In addition we review the resumes of write-in applicants and consider students who do not attend schools at which we interview on-campus.
A: We hire 1Ls for our Pro Bono Scholars Program, as well as for our Summer Program. Click here for more information about the Pro Bono Scholars Program. Please check our website in December for more information about applying to the Pro Bono Scholars Program and 1L hiring for the 2018 Summer Program.
A: Although the Dallas office allows students to split summers, we do require students to start with and spend the first part of the summer program with us.
A: During OCI, our Hiring Committee meets regularly and decisions are made in a timely manner. Candidates who receive an offer will be notified by phone and letter.
A: No. Summer associates are encouraged to explore opportunities in a variety of practice areas throughout the summer, if they would like to do so.
A: In addition to receiving assignments from a variety of practice areas, we host presentations during the summer for most sections represented in the Dallas office. These informal presentations led by partners and associates provide an overview of their work and further insight into the practice.
A: Applications should be submitted through our website, please click here to apply.
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