Guide to which firms/offices will split summers?

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Guide to which firms/offices will split summers?

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Aug 23, 2013 1:44 pm

I'm a 2L looking at Houston firms, with several upcoming callbacks. I noticed a few firms say on their websites whether they are first half, second half, or all summer for the summer associateship programs. Is there any place that would have listings for which biglaws firms are first half and which are second half in Houston? Thanks.

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Re: Guide to which firms/offices will split summers?

Postby justinp » Fri Aug 23, 2013 4:11 pm

Big 3 are all first half, I think Bracewell is first half as well. AK is second half, and my memory is Locke Lord is either half. HayBoo may be first half?

No idea about satellites of non-Texas firms.

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Re: Guide to which firms/offices will split summers?

Postby AFS » Fri Aug 23, 2013 10:07 pm

justinp wrote:Big 3 are all first half, I think Bracewell is first half as well. AK is second half, and my memory is Locke Lord is either half. HayBoo may be first half?

No idea about satellites of non-Texas firms.


Bracewell is a second half firm. AK is also a second half firm.




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