While many law students must decide whether to spend their summers working for corporate law firms or devoting their time to public interest work, some summer hires don't have to make that choice. More law firms are offering programs that allow law students to split their summers between the firm and public interest work. It's "the best of both worlds," says Ami Mody, a Morgan, Lewis & Bockius summer associate who is splitting time at the firm and at the Support Center for Child Advocates.
Law Firms That Offer the Best of Both Worlds
The National Law Journal
July 24, 2007
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