Podcast Episode 56: All Things Summer Associate Recruiting

30 July 2021 Foley Career Perspectives Blog
Authors: Alexis P. Robertson Robert A. Scher Amy B. Moynihan

Bob Scher, Partner, and Amy Moynihan, Director of Recruiting share insights from Foley’s legal recruiting efforts.

This special edition of The Path & The Practice features Bob Scher and Amy Moynihan speaking about Foley’s summer associate recruiting process. Bob is a litigation partner in Foley’s New York office and chair of the firm’s National Recruiting Committee. Amy is Foley’s Director of Recruiting and sits in the Chicago office. During this discussion we review the screening and callback process for summer associate hiring and the best way to prepare for and to navigate interviews. Additionally, Bob and Amy share what it is that Foley is looking for in law student candidates, how the summer associate program is structured, as well as what it is that makes for a successful summer associate experience. Finally, Bob and Amy provide their overall advice to law students and share about a few of the things that make Foley a great place to work. Listen to the full discussion below.    

 

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