Cairncross & Hempelmann is committed to a culture of diversity that reflects the many communities in which we belong and practice. We strive to enable and encourage everyone in our firm to draw upon their unique experiences and backgrounds to help us thrive and deliver excellence to our clients.
In an effort to further support and increase the diversity represented in our firm, as well as the legal community as a whole, we are offering a $7,500 fellowship in conjunction with a summer associate position to one second year law student. This fellowship will be paid directly to the student’s law school at the beginning of their third year to help defray tuition costs.
Students are encouraged to apply who will be in their second year of law school during the 2012-13 school year, are in good standing at any ABA accredited law school and will contribute to the diversity of our firm. We are looking for law students who can dedicate themselves to a 10-12 week summer associate position with the firm and are ultimately committed to practicing law in Seattle for the long term. High academic achievement is important, and membership on law review or Moot Court Honor Board is definitely a plus. We are also interested in participation and dedication to community- and diversity-related activities.
To apply for the Summer 2013 Diversity Fellowship, please submit the following materials no later than September 7, 2012:
• Application (Go to the Career Services site, click on "Upcoming" and log into Lawweb)
• Personal statement (1-2 pages) describing achievements and eligibility for program
• Current law school transcript
• Legal writing sample
• List of three or more references (professional and/or academic)
Send Application Materials To:
Sophia Bell Lavin, Director of Human Resources
Cairncross & Hempelmann
524 Second Avenue, Suite 500 Seattle, WA 98104-2323
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Cadwalader invites you to join our attorneys and summer associates for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres on our rooftop. We hope that you take this opportunity to learn more about our summer program, our practices and most importantly, our people.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
700 Sixth Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20001
Kindly RSVP by Wednesday, June 6 to Michelle DaSilva at email@example.com or (202) 862-2319.
As the first New York based law firm to institute a firm-wide diversity training program
and a formal diversity policy in 1984, Weil has built a solid reputation as a firm in the
vanguard of diversity practices. Our attorneys, paralegals and staff throughout the
world are composed of a rich mixture of men and women of different races, ethnic
backgrounds, cultures and primary languages. We are strengthened enormously by
this diversity. The Weil 2L Diversity Fellowship Program is designed to increase the
number of diverse attorneys who want to pursue careers at Weil, a global law firm
with US offices in Boston, Dallas, Houston, Miami, New York, Princeton, Providence,
Silicon Valley, Washington, DC and Wilmington, DE. For additional information on our
commitment to diversity, please visit our Website at www.weil.com.
To become a Weil 2L Diversity Fellow, you must be enrolled in an ABA-accredited
law school and intend to practice law in a major city of the United States. You must
have successfully completed your first year of a full-time JD program, with an expected
graduation date of spring 2014, and you may not be the recipient of a similar scholarship
award from another law firm. Note, a recipient of a Weil 1L Fellowship Program award
will not be eligible to receive a Weil 2L Diversity Fellowship Program award.
Weil 2L Diversity Fellows will receive a gift of a $10,000 non-renewable scholarship
for their third year of law school (2013-2014). The Firm expects to award up to two
scholarships for the 2013-2014 law school year. This scholarship is contingent upon
accepting an offer of summer employment at Weil.
To be considered for the Weil 2L Diversity Fellowship Program, please complete and
submit an application form, resume, unofficial or official law school transcript and
personal statement to Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP. The application process is open to
law students who meet the eligibility requirements stated above. Applications must be
received by July 15, 2012. A selection panel will evaluate all applications, considering
such factors as an overall commitment to diversity, work experience and academic
achievement. Late or incomplete applications may be reviewed at the discretion of the
selection panel. Students will also be interviewed for the Fellowship Program after
applications are submitted and the finalists will be announced in September 2012.
Weil 2L Diversity Fellowship Program Application
Your complete application package must include the following items:
• This Application Form (signed and dated)
• Unofficial or Official Law School Transcript
• Personal Statement (no more than two (2) pages, double spaced)
Please note that it is not necessary to apply to the summer associate program separately;
this completed application denotes consideration for the entire summer program/
scholarship package. In your personal statement, we request that you discuss how you
will contribute to diversity in the legal profession generally, including (to the extent
applicable) such factors as:
Your application (this form, resume, transcript and personal statement) should be submitted in one complete package to:
Weil 2L Diversity Fellowship Program Selection Panel
ATTN: Maryann Wou
Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP
767 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10153
You may also email your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions regarding the Weil 2L Diversity Fellowship Program, please contact Maryann Wou at 212-833-3533.
Lane Powell PC has more than 135 years of commitment to our communities. This commitment is
reflected in Lane Powell’s hiring and promotion of women and individuals from diverse
backgrounds. As part of this commitment to diversity, our firm has created the George V. Powell
Diversity Scholarship. The George V. Powell Scholar will be a 2013 summer associate in the firm’s
Seattle or Portland office and receive a $7,500.00 scholarship toward tuition and expenses during the
student’s third year of law school.
Academic Requirements and Selection Criteria
We are seeking candidates who will contribute meaningfully to the diversity of the legal community
and who have a demonstrated desire to work, live, and eventually practice law in Seattle or Portland.
The candidates’ academic achievements and record of leadership abilities, community service, and
involvement in community issues will be taken into consideration. Candidates must be second year
students in good standing at an ABA accredited law school. Candidates in four year joint degree
programs will be considered after their third year.
Application Procedures and Materials
To apply to the George V. Powell Diversity Scholarship, please provide the following materials:
Application materials should be mailed or emailed to:
Len Roden, Manager of Attorney Recruiting
Lane Powell PC
1420 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4100
Seattle, WA 98101-2338
Email address: email@example.com
All application materials must be received by September 1, 2012 to be considered for the 2013
For more information on our summer associate program, please visit our website at
The Steering Committee of The Kate Stoneman Project invites first year female law school students for a reception and panel discussion focused on the benefits of practicing at New York City firms.
One Liberty Plaza
New York, NY 10006, 39th Floor
Monday, June 4, 2012
6:00 PM Panel Discussion
7:00 PM Reception
Please RSVP to Christina Sauerborn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kate Stoneman Project (“KSP”) was founded by 20 women partners representing 10 leading law firms headquartered in Manhattan. KSP seeks to provide a forum to address issues of common concern relating to the advancement of women in the profession, as well as a platform to leverage the collective strength of the women partners in our firms to advance our leadership in professional, civic, educational and charitable endeavors.
Fried Frank invites rising 2Ls working in Washington, DC to join them to learn more about Fried Frank and meet attorneys (including members of their Attorneys of Color, LGBT, and Women's Forum affinity groups) and members of their Diversity & Inclusion and Attorney Recruitment Departmentsfor a cocktail reception Fried Frank's Washington, DC office: 801 17th Street, NW Wednesday, May 30, 2012, from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM.
RSVP to Amanda Leslie at email@example.com or 202.639.7133 by Friday, May 25, 2012.
Robinson & Cole has an opening for a 2012 summer intern in their Boston office. Please see attached job description and apply directly via email to Marnie Rubin, Director of Legal Recruiting and Professional Development.
Please include your Fall transcript if you are a 1L and three semesters if you are a 2L. In your cover email, please mention that you were referred to this position by the BLG.
Robinson & Cole LLP seeks a first- or second-year law student for an eight-week paid internship during the summer of 2012 in our Boston office. The R&C Summer Fellow will work closely with Robinson & Cole attorneys on a variety of matters as well as participate in client conferences, observe court proceedings, and other activities as available throughout the eight-week summer program. The start date of the program is flexible, depending upon the availability of the student.
For consideration, please submit the following:
Marnie J. Rubin
Director of Legal Recruiting
Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship Application Now Open! Application deadline is June 22, 2012
Baker Donelson is committed to fostering an inclusive environment where the individual differences among us are understood, respected, appreciated and recognized as sources of strength of the Firm. These qualities enrich the environment in which we work. With this in mind, Baker Donelson will again award three scholarships to diverse law students who will complete their first year of law school by June 2012. Recipients will be awarded a six-week, salaried 2L Summer Associate position for the summer of 2013 in one of our following offices: Birmingham, AL; Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA; Jackson, MS; Chattanooga, Johnson City, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville, TN; or Houston, TX. Additionally, each recipient will be awarded $10,000 which will be paid prior to the student's third year of law school to help defray the cost of law school tuition and related expenses.
For complete eligibility criteria, instructions, and to apply for the Scholarship Program please visit: www.bakerdonelson.com/diversity-scholarship-diversity-practices
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Helen Beasley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 205.328.0480.
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