Job Details

Summer Associates Program

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Summer Associate

Date Last Verified

May 21,2019

Valid Through

Sep 03,2019

Posted on

Sep 20,2016


Louisville, KY, United States

Employment Type



  Employer Sponsored Job (Free to apply to)
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Law Students
The candidate will join as summer associates and work with attorneys on real matters for clients. In the 12 weeks program they will work with attorneys from various areas of diverse legal practices. Each summer associate is paired with an attorney mentor who serves as a source of information and guidance while directing and cultivating progress. Work assignments are distributed directly from attorneys, and each assignment is evaluated upon completion. On-the-job education is also included in the form of training opportunities and, whenever possible, at client conferences, closings, depositions, hearings, mediations and trials. Will also be trained in firm’s management to gain an understanding of how the firm is organized and managed. Will also be invited to attend various social events to meet staff and other business professionals on a personal, more relaxed level. The candidate should be 1st and 2nd year law students with top-notch qualifications.
Note: Resumes will be accepted for 1st year starting December 1 through February 28 and for 2nd year August 1 through October 31.

Company info

Patrick Patrick
Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
500 West Jefferson Street
Suite 2000
Louisville, KY 40202


"My Home Away From Home"

Former Employee - Reviewed on September 09, 2017

While I love this firm, I'd really like to see upper management schedule weekly meetings to make sure that we do not make costly mistakes anymore as we have done in the past.

Pros : I really enjoy working at Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC as I have found everyone to be not only very accommodating to someone new in the field such as myself, but also joyous and in a good mood.
Cons : There can be some careless mistakes made at times which in the past, have been very costly due to the lack of heedlessness that occurs on days when everyone is just joking around with each other and not very focused on their work.
Current or former employee? : Former Employee