Foley Hoag's Summer Associate Program

Our Rankings

Foley Hoag Achieves High Ratings, Satisfaction in Chambers Associate - 2020 Rankings.
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Fellowship

We are accepting applications from first-year students for the
Charles J. Beard, II Diversity Fellowship.

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Summer Program

We are now accepting applications for our 2021 summer associate program.

Summer Program

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Pro Bono Q&A

Pro Bono Q&A: A word with our pro bono attorneys

The firm’s Pro Bono Program provides our attorneys, specialists, paralegals, and legal assistants in all our offices with challenging opportunities to help individuals and organizations in need.  Download the e-book.

Meredith Haviland

"Faux pas and Other Interviewing Tips from Boston Firm's Hiring Head"

Partner and Hiring Committee chair Meredith Haviland knows a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to job interviews. She shares her tips for success with Mass Lawyers Weekly.

Read Part 1 & Part 2 of the Q&A.

Meet us at your School

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!!

2020 Charles J. Beard II Diversity Fellowship Recipients

Foley Hoag Selects Shania Bunbury and Iris Carbonel as 2020 Charles J. Beard II Diversity Fellowship Recipients

Foley Hoag LLP has announced that Harvard Law School student Shania Bunbury and Columbia Law School student Iris Carbonel have been selected as the firm’s Charles J. Beard II Diversity Fellowship recipients for 2020. The Fellowship, named in memory of Foley Hoag’s former attorney who was the first African-American promoted to partner at a major Boston law firm, is granted to outstanding first-year law students from backgrounds underrepresented in the legal profession. Learn more.

From the Blog

A Successful Virtual Program

I was happy to hear that Foley Hoag was putting on its summer program remotely, but, at first, I didn’t know what to expect. From what I understood, the main goal of the summer program was to get to know the firm – to learn about different departments, meet and connect with people at the firm, and generally learn how to be a Foley Hoag lawyer. More »

Expectations Exceeded!

I didn’t know what to expect coming into a summer associate program, let alone a virtual summer program. I’m happy to report that the experience exceeded my expectations on all fronts. More »

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