Two Berger Singerman summer associates discuss their experience working remotely during the most pivotal summer of their early legal careers.

In the legal world, it is no secret that landing a summer associate position after your second year of law school is crucial. Every year, countless students across the country compete for a handful of summer clerkship positions in the hopes of converting them into post-graduate opportunities. However, the economic impact of COVID-19 raised the stakes even further, with many law firms suspending their summer intern or associate programs, and the job market narrowing for the foreseeable future.

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