Shook & Stone is looking for 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 for recent law school graduates.
Fellows work under the close supervision of Shook & Stone attorneys and are exposed to all elements of the high-profile cases handled by the firm, including attending trials, depositions, mediations, and court appearances.
Applicants must have received their bachelor’s degree from an ABA-accredited law school and passed the Nevada Bar Exam (if in their last year of law school), or be prepared to take it (if in their last year of law school). They must also possess excellent research and writing abilities.
The ability to communicate effectively is a must, as is previous experience with moot court/mock trial groups, although it is not essential. We seek individuals who have a strong interest in and enthusiasm for representing plaintiffs.
The salary and benefits are comparable to those of a first-year associate at other plaintiffs’ firms. Fellowship jobs may be extended for an additional year, or Fellows may be asked to join the firm as an associate, depending on the business’s needs, after one year.
To apply for the Shook & Stone Fellowship Program, fill out the form below by submitting your resume, entering your G.P.A., and providing a brief writing sample (fewer than ten pages) and cover letter explaining your interest in the program and representing plaintiffs. The expected formats are .pdf and Microsoft Word.