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Summer Associate Program

In Their Own Words - Daniel Huynh
Duration: 00:47
Dan Huynh, an associate in our IP Litigation group, shares his unique experience as a Charlotte summer associate who ultimately joined the firm’s Atlanta office.
In Their Own Words - Molly Jones
Duration: 01:01
Molly Jones, an associate in the Labor & Employment group, recalls the high amount of substantive works she got as a summer associate in 2008.

 

Most summer associate programs at AmLaw 100 law firms promise and successfully deliver sophisticated work for great clients, a tremendous amount of fun and a collegial atmosphere in which you’ll interact with associates and partners from throughout the firm. In these areas, Alston & Bird is certainly no exception. So what differentiates us from our peers?

According to feedback we collect from summer associates each year, what distinguishes Alston & Bird from the rest is the perfect combination of business acumen, transparency, affability, and the fact that the people who own, operate and are employed by the firm genuinely like working here. Alston & Bird has a special culture that not only allows, but celebrates individuality, creativity and leadership. Summer associates experience this first-hand, as do all members of the Alston & Bird community.

Summer associates at our firm don’t have the experience of “visiting for the summer,” rather, they are given the respect, mentoring and career development afforded to all of our associates. From the moment you accept your offer to be a part of our summer program, we begin a personalized experience designed with your entire career path in mind. In other words, we see far beyond your first, second and third years of law school—we see future partners, firm and community leaders, clients, mentors and yes, even on-campus interviewers! What do you see?