2018 1L Summer Associate

US-Nationwide
2017-1632
Category
Summer Associate

Overview

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP provides advice and counsel in litigation, corporate, securities, finance, banking, mergers and acquisitions, financial services, healthcare, technology, intellectual property, labor and employment, government relations, regulatory, bankruptcy and creditors' rights, immigration, international law, real estate and other needs of clients ranging from private individuals to large businesses. With more than 65 diversified practice areas, Nelson Mullins works closely with its clients to find solutions to legal and business problems. With more than 500 attorneys and government relations professionals practicing from offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, New York, Tennessee, West Virginia, the District of Columbia, and throughout the Carolinas, Nelson Mullins has strong roots in the business community and an appreciation for new directions in the business world.

 

Recruitment of summer associates is supervised by the firm's Recruiting Committee but depends heavily upon participation of all lawyers in the firm.  In evaluating applicants, consideration is given to undergraduate and law school academic performance, extracurricular activities and leadership skills, as well as other experiences and accomplishments.

 

The firm's Summer Program is designed to give summer associates a comprehensive view of the firm's practice while giving the firm an opportunity to evaluate the skills of the summer associates.

Responsibilities

When applying, please include your resume, transcript and cover letter designating your office preferences.

 

These are the offices where we will be offering 1L positions for 2018 summer associate programs:

 

Atlanta, GA

Charleston, SC

Charlotte, NC

Columbia, SC

Greenville, SC

Huntington, WV

Jacksonville, FL

Nashville, TN

New York, NY

Washington DC

Winston-Salem, NC

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