1Best Summer Associate Program, Vault Guide.
5Firm ranked #5 nationally, American Lawyer Summer Associate Survey.
10Ranked top 10 for Pro Bono, Diversity, Training.
Foley Hoag Summer Associates become involved in real work for real clients – not "make-work."Blog
Meet partner Barbara Fiacco, who reveals why her legal career path brought her to the world of intellectual property, technology and life sciences.
We work hard to build a Summer Associate program that provides a realistic look at life at Foley Hoag. Assignments will give you a view into the day-to-day work of our practice groups and the business of our clients. Individual feedback and guidance, in addition to substantive training programs, will allow you to build on the knowledge and skills you’ve gained in law school. Challenging work, valuable training, and lots of fun. We look forward to sharing more of the details at interviews this summer!!
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