Summer Program Overview


Our program aims to integrate summer associates into the firm, so they are exposed to a range of work that the firm handles and have the opportunity to work with multiple partners and case teams. Summer projects are assigned across all subject areas, and summer associates can request assignments in practice areas of interest. Projects include traditional research and writing, as well as observational opportunities at court proceedings, depositions, and meetings. Because there are usually a number of trials happening during the summer, summer associates sometimes work with trial teams....

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No. of Summer Associates (2022)

34 (All 2Ls)

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No. of 2L Offers (2022)

Because many of Williams & Connolly’s summer associates obtain judicial clerkships, formal offers are only extended after the clerks receive permission from judges to request offers. Typically, all summer associates who request offers are welcomed for permanent employment

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Summer Program Length

13 weeks
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No. of Summer Associates (2022)

34 (All 2Ls)

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No. of 2L Offers (2022)

Because many of Williams & Connolly’s summer associates obtain judicial clerkships, formal offers are only extended after the clerks receive permission from judges to request offers. Typically, all summer associates who request offers are welcomed for permanent employment

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Summer Program Length

13 weeks


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1L Summers

No


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Assigned to Specific Practice Area

No


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Split Summer with Another Firm

Yes


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Split Summer with Another Office

No


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When Does Firm Begin Accepting Resumes for Summer Program

Rolling


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Summer Associate Salary

$4,615/week



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Summer Program Contact

Natasha M. Zech, Esq.


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Offices with Program

Washington, DC


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Schools Visited for OCI

Berkeley Law

Summer Program Overview


Our program aims to integrate summer associates into the firm, so they are exposed to a range of work that the firm handles and have the opportunity to work with multiple partners and case teams. Summer projects are assigned across all subject areas, and summer associates can request assignments in practice areas of interest. Projects include traditional research and writing, as well as observational opportunities at court proceedings, depositions, and meetings. Because there are usually a number of trials happening during the summer, summer associates sometimes work with trial teams....

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No. of Summer Associates (2022)

34 (All 2Ls)

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No. of 2L Offers (2022)

Because many of Williams & Connolly’s summer associates obtain judicial clerkships, formal offers are only extended after the clerks receive permission from judges to request offers. Typically, all summer associates who request offers are welcomed for permanent employment

More

Summer Program Length

13 weeks
More

No. of Summer Associates (2022)

34 (All 2Ls)

More

No. of 2L Offers (2022)

Because many of Williams & Connolly’s summer associates obtain judicial clerkships, formal offers are only extended after the clerks receive permission from judges to request offers. Typically, all summer associates who request offers are welcomed for permanent employment

More

Summer Program Length

13 weeks


More

1L Summers

No


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Assigned to Specific Practice Area

No


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Split Summer with Another Firm

Yes


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Split Summer with Another Office

No


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When Does Firm Begin Accepting Resumes for Summer Program

Rolling


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Summer Associate Salary

$4,615/week



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Summer Program Contact

Natasha M. Zech, Esq.


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Offices with Program

Washington, DC


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Schools Visited for OCI

Berkeley Law

Survey Says


Training & Assignments

  • “Summers are given real assignments to draft such as sections of briefs or motions. These actually get filed (after attorney revisions). If asked to draft a memorandum, these are used by partners or sent to the client.”
  • “During my time with the firm, I traveled to view and provide research support for a trial, drafted a portion of a motion to dismiss, drafted a motion in limine on a tricky evidentiary issue...