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Panish Shea & Boyle LLP Fellowship Program

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Panish Shea & Boyle LLP seeks recent (or soon to be) law school graduates for its Fellowship Program. The program is a one-year job position similar to a judicial clerkship. Fellows are given the responsibilities of an associate attorney working under the close supervision of Panish Shea & Boyle attorneys and are exposed to all aspects of the high-profile cases the firm handles – including attending trials, depositions, mediations and court appearances.

Applicants must have graduated from an ABA accredited law school, passed the California bar exam or be scheduled to take the exam (if in their last year of law school), and have strong research and writing skills. Excellent oral communication skills are required and experience in moot court/mock trial organizations is a plus, although not mandatory. We are looking for graduates with a demonstrated passion for representing plaintiffs.

The position pays salary and benefits commensurate with the pay for a first-year associate at other plaintiff’s firms. After one year, Fellowship positions may be extended for an additional period of time or Fellows may be asked to join the firm as an associate depending on the hiring needs of the firm.

To apply for the Fellowship Program, please submit your resume (including your G.P.A.), a brief writing sample (fewer than 10 page) and a cover letter explaining your interest in representing plaintiffs to fellowship@psblaw.com. Please provide attachments in Microsoft Word format please.

Please note: The availability of fellowship positions varies year to year depending on the needs of the firm.

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