2021 2L or 3L Anchorage Summer Associate
The Anchorage office is considering hosting a 2L or 3L law student for the summer of 2021. Though the summer associate will have broad exposure to excellent training and many practice areas, there is an expectation that most of the work will come from litigation sources. To apply, click the "Add to Apply List" button to the right (you can add as many positions to your list as you would like to apply for). Once you have made your selections, click the "Apply" button at the top of the page and follow the instructions. Interviews and hiring decisions won't begin until winter 2021.
Please have the below documents ready to upload before you start your application:
* Cover letter (please indicate your connection to Alaska)
* Complete undergraduate transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable)
* Writing sample, unedited by a third party (generally 5-10 pages)
* Law school transcript (unofficial copy is acceptable)
Please note: We encourage you to upload your resume in Word format, since the system will be able to extract your information most accurately this way. On the following page, you will have the chance to edit any information about yourself and add additional documents before finally submitting your application.
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