Career Services Job Opportunities

Summer Associate

Description: • NYC office of Harris Beach is seeking summer associate applicants for the 2018 summer program. • The NYC office is a 30+ attorney office that practices primarily in mass torts and medical life sciences litigation.

Salary $1,923 Per Week
Type of Opportunity
Location New York, NY
Field of Study
Degree Wanted
Special Skills & Requirements • Applicants must have a preference for litigation. • Top 33% required; law review, law journal and/or moot court/mock trial experience preferred
Company Name Harris Beach PLLC
Contact:
Address: 100 Wall Street; New York, NY 10005
Email: resumes@harrisbeach.com
Phone:
Website: www.harrisbeach.com
About the Company: Harris Beach has a strong office presence throughout New York state and in the tristate area, but our capabilities extend far beyond. Our clients recognize the value in our ability to draw upon our legal and consulting resources from across the firm, whether their needs require regional, national or international solutions. Wherever you may need us, we mobilize the best-suited experience.
How To Apply: Please email your cover letter, resume, unofficial transcript and writing sample to resumes@harrisbeach.com
Expiration Date:
(YYYY-MM-DD)
2017-11-03

 

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