Horack Talley - Charlotte law firm
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At Horack Talley, summer associates participate in many areas of our practice. As a summer associate, you will gain experience in a wide variety of legal settings: observing hearings, trials, mediations, client meetings, and real estate closings under the direction of a lawyer mentor. Your mentor will oversee your work, coach you, and make the experience at Horack Talley a valuable part of your law school education.

We strive to ensure that our summer associates have the opportunity to get to know all the lawyers in the firm during the time spent with us. We encourage organized and inpromptu after work social events to accomplish that goal.

Students who wish to split their summer with another firm or in another city are encouraged to apply.

Although our summer associates program is very active, we may also hire third-year students as a result of in-school interviews or direct inquiries. Please do not feel deterred from contacting us simply because you did not participate in our summer program.

For further information, please contact Zipporah Edwards.

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Zipporah Basile Edwards Member zedwards@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0873

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