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Gunster - Miami, Florida

http://www.gunster.com

Recruitment & Hiring

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Began Work In Expected
2017 Prior Summer
Associates
2018 Prior Summer
Associates
2019
LAWYERS
Entry-level 0 0 1 1 0
Entry-level (non-traditional track) 0 0 0 0 0
Lateral Partners 1 0 2 0 0
Lateral Associates 2 0 0 0 0
All Other Laterals (non-traditional track) 0 0 0 0 0
Post-Clerkship 0 0 0 0 0
LL.M.s (U.S.) 0 0 0 0 0
LL.M.s (non-U.S.) 0 0 0 0 0
SUMMER
Post-3Ls 0 0 0 0 0
2Ls 2 0 1 0 0
1Ls 0 0 0 0 0


Number of 2018 Summer 2Ls considered for associate offers 1
Number of offers made to summer 2L associates 0
Does the organization hire school-term clerks? No
Does the organization hire 1Ls? No
When should 1Ls apply? N/A
Are split summers allowed? No
Comments regarding Hiring The law student who will prosper in Gunster's Summer Associate Program thrives on a significant amount of responsibility, is constructive and creative, and wants to be a lawyer in the truest sense, strategizing with colleagues, working on complex matters, and putting client needs first.

The SA Program is designed for students who have completed two years of law school. The program provides a realistic view of practicing law in a large statewide firm environment. SAs are given a wide variety of legal work and are encouraged to develop relationships with lawyers and staff at all levels throughout the firm's offices. SAs are exposed to a number of practical legal experiences including: court and administrative proceedings, client conferences, negotiations, closings, depositions, hearings, and trials.

Mentoring is an integral part of the SA program, and SAs are assigned mentors & advisors for guidance and support.

2018 Summer Program

Do you accept applications for the 2020 Summer Program from Joint degree candidates graduating in 2022 or later? No
Do you accept applications for the 2020 Summer Program from evening students graduating in 2022? No
Do you accept applications for the 2020 Summer Program from Judicial clerks? No
Do you accept applications for the 2020 Summer Program from students at non-US law schools? No

Hiring Outside Traditional Summer Programs

Does the organization hire 3Ls? Yes
How many entry-level hires outside the summer program did you hire in [directory year - 1]? 0

Post-clerkship hiring information

Do you hire post-clerkship candidates? Yes
If yes, when should they apply? 6 months prior to the end of clerkship

Domestic LL.M.s

Do you hire US LL.M.s? Yes
In what practice areas? Tax
Do you hire non-US LL.M.s? No
When should LL.M.s submit applications?
Preferred application materials Resume, J.D. transcript, LL.M. transcript
General Hiring Criteria Strong academic performance, Law Review, Moot Court or Mock Trial preferred. Other law related memberships & activities encouraged. Federal clerkship, large firm experience and/or large firm summer associate experience beneficial. Except for Entry-level attorneys, FL Bar admission prior to application typically required. Bilingual (Spanish) a plus.
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List Any Job Fairs / Consortia Attended (previous fall) Southeastern Minority Job Fair; The Law Consortium - Miami; Penn Law Regional; On Tour Interview Program - Miami

Campus Interviews

Number of Schools Visited in 2018 6
Number of Job Fairs / Consortia Attended in 2018 4