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Summer Program Stats

No. of Summer Associates (2021): 14 (10 2Ls, 4 1Ls)

No. of 2L Offers (2021): 9

Summer Associate Salary:


Summer Program Length:

10 weeks

Summer Program Contact

Megan Childress
Director of New Associate Recruiting
(704) 377-8115

Our Survey Says

  • “My time as a summer associate was comparable to my time as a first-year associate thus far. I was only at Robinson Bradshaw for six weeks, but I still was asked to do work that was sent directly to clients or made its way into actual lawsuits. As much as I enjoyed the work, the social aspect was even better. The time investment into the summer program from the most senior shareholders down to the most junior associates really made me feel like a desired part of the team.”
  • “My assignments were interesting and substantive, and the attorneys I worked with made me feel comfortable asking questions. I felt I added value to the projects I was on, and was given meaningful work even if I was only at the firm for a few weeks. I also received feedback on projects and started to develop relationships with future colleagues.”
  • “Work is typically distributed by the summer work coordinators, but summer associates can also receive work organically from partners or associates that they worked with on other projects. The quality of work is the same that full-time associates would be or are doing, and many partners go out of their way to show the summer associates how their work fits into the larger transaction or litigation matter. Summer associates are assigned an associate and a partner mentor that check in with them throughout the summer to ensure that they are experiencing a variety of different types of work and that all of their questions about life at the firm are answered.”
  • “The firm took us to the U.S. National Whitewater Center and we could rock climb, zip line, hike, and try out all sorts of other outdoor activities.”
  • “Watching cars at the NASCAR dirt track.”
  • “One of the highlights of the summer is the lake retreat, where the firm rents out a lake house for a weekend and a number of partners/associates join for one or both days of the retreat.”

The Firm Says

Robinson Bradshaw promotes an inclusive work environment where people with different backgrounds share a commitment to our core ideals of professionalism, excellence and teamwork. Our summer program provides law students the opportunity to gain practical experience at a large regional law firm with nationally recognized practices. From hands-on legal work and department lunches to training sessions and after-work activities, your summer experience will mirror that of a new associate. You will interact directly with clients and other attorneys and have the opportunity to observe trials, negotiations, closings, and depositions. Robinson Bradshaw does not assign summer clerks to specific practice groups or departments which allows you to work with attorneys throughout the firm, while gaining a better understanding of Robinson Bradshaw’s 40-plus practice areas.