Learn what it's like to work in BigLaw.
We offer a variety of easy and interactive resources for you to learn about different practice areas, such as M&A, Capital Markets, and Litigation.
So you can stand out in your 2L summer interviews. And make informed decisions when choosing a firm.
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The summer associate
content and resource hub
designed for today's law students
Prepare for the job search.
There are so many questions that go into the BigLaw summer associate job search.
What are the most important networking tips?
What questions should I ask the interviewer?
Send or don’t send a follow-up email?
The list goes on…
All your questions answered from BigLaw attorneys and legal recruiting experts.
Check out resources from:
"Especially with pre-OCI recruiting, we are always looking for ways to promote our firm to students more effectively."
– Director of Recruiting at AmLaw 50-ranked firm
"I really wish I had this when I went through the recruiting process last year."
– Rising 3L at top-ranked law school
"This is a very helpful resource that we are happy to share with our students."
– Dean of Career Services at top-ranked law school
The BigLaw recruiting process is a challenge for law students.
After only one year of law school, law students meet attorneys from dozens of BigLaw firms and make their choice within just a few weeks, with limited information about what BigLaw life is like.
The super-specific law student recruiting process brings additional considerations. How to network. How to structure your On-Campus Interviews (OCI) bid list. How to interview in a screener versus in a callback.
With the rise of “pre-cruiting” (law firms interviewing and making offers to students even before OCI), law students need to be ahead of the game more than ever.
Law students should have valuable, easy, digestible, and interactive resources to better prepare for the BigLaw recruiting process and law firm life.
Our mission is twofold:
First, to make it easier for law students to identify and choose the BigLaw firm that is the best fit for them, and better set law students up for long-term success and happiness as lawyers.
Second, to better prepare law students for the BigLaw recruiting process so they can put their best foot forward and land more job offers.