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Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt 1L Diversity Fellowship Program

Application Period: December 1, 2017 - January, 8 2018

Deadline: January 8, 2018


Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt is committed to the growth of diversity in the firm to reflect the rich diversity of our society.  We believe that a diverse workplace provides superior service to our clients and an enhanced workplace environment for our attorneys and staff. We are looking for people who demonstrate aptitude, leadership, teamwork, initiative and strong verbal and written communication skills.

As one means of meeting this commitment, the firm has established a 1L Diversity Fellowship Program.  The fellowship consists of a paid 10-week summer associate position in  our Seattle or Portland offices for the summer following the successful completion of the first year of law school.  In addition, the recipients will receive a $7,500 academic stipend to help defray tuition and expenses for their second year of law school.

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt recognizes that diversity exists in many different forms, including gender, race, national ‎origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, disability, gender identity, and sexual orientation. The firm will ‎place particular emphasis on candidates who are members of groups that are historically under-represented in the legal ‎profession and at Schwabe.‎

Applicant must:

  • be a first-year law student in good standing for the degree of Juris Doctor at an ABA accredited law school;
  • possess an undergraduate and law school record of academic achievement, capacity, and leadership that evidences promise for a successful career in the legal profession;
  • contribute to the diversity of the law school student body and the legal community; and
  • demonstrate a commitment to practice law in the Pacific Northwest upon completion of law school.

Submissions will only be accepted electronically ‎using the following link: ‎associates. 

Award: A paid summer associate position and a $7,500 academic stipend