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Getting a BigLaw Summer Associate Job: All You Need to Know

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Summary: Do you want to be considered next year for a biglaw summer associate job? Find out how to get a summer associate job and how to survive this opportunity.
 
Find out all you need to know about working as a biglaw summer associate in this article.

For most law school students, the dream is to be offered a high-paying job before graduation; but that feat can only happen if law students participate in summer associate programs, those coveted 10-weeks of paid law firm training that students fight tooth and nail over. For those lucky enough to have snagged one this year, congratulations; but for those seeking a summer associate position in the future, this is a handy guide to everything you need to know.

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