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Seeking an "Entry Level Associate" for a "one year term" of superttthero06/21/18
Resident Attorneys A Resident attorney is a newly license 2tierreality06/21/18
Only at non-profits, think tanks, foundations, and law schoo jd4hire06/21/18
superttthero (Jun 21, 2018 - 8:23 am)

Seeking an "Entry Level Associate" for a "one year term" of Resident Attorney.

Seems Associate and "one year term" don't jive. I've never heard of a "Resident Attorney" at a law firm. Souds like a position you'd see at a non-profit.

Anyone heard of something like this before?

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2tierreality (Jun 21, 2018 - 3:31 pm)

Resident Attorneys

A Resident attorney is a newly licensed attorney who has not yet worked as a full-time attorney. In this role, which is unique to Greenberg Traurig, the Resident attorney is personally mentored by a Shareholder to help grow their legal career at GT. The position is designed to fill additional hiring needs not met through our summer program and helps the firm identify ambitious talent outside of the on-campus recruiting process. The Resident attorney position is a full-time position for one year with benefits.

https://www.gtlaw.com/en/general/careers/attorneys/united-states-attorneys/united-states-attorneys-overview

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jd4hire (Jun 21, 2018 - 9:26 am)

Only at non-profits, think tanks, foundations, and law schools. Never a firm.

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