Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon is seeking a summer clerk for 2023 to support the employment law section. The individual hired for this position will get to work with two experienced employment law attorneys. Our employment practice represents large and small employers in a wide variety of industries in restrictive covenant disputes, discrimination and retaliation claims, whistleblower claims, Family and Medical Leave Act, and the Fair Labor Standards Act. In addition to legal research and writing assignments, summer clerks often have the opportunity to attend significant events related to the cases to which they are assigned, such as depositions, court hearings, arbitrations, witness interviews, mediations, and client meetings. The employment law summer clerk will serve clients in litigation and be involved in advice and counsel and drafting policies to suit business needs. The employment law clerk will also be involved in preparation for employee and management trainings and drafting articles on hot topics in this area. Our attorneys are committed to ensuring Summer Clerks receive feedback on their work product and take time to help summer clerks better understand what it takes to be a successful attorney at our firm. Our summer program lasts the entire summer, approximately from mid-May through early August with a weekend retreat to close out the summer with other summer law clerks for the firm. This position will have a low billable requirement.
Submit your resume and cover letter to HR@esclaw.com.
For physical demands of this position see Human Resources. Responsible accommodation may be
made to allow persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
ESC understands that embracing our differences makes us a stronger, better firm. We appreciate
the importance of having a workforce that reflects the various communities in which we work and
we strive to create an inclusive environment where diverse employees want to work and where they
can flourish professionally. In furtherance of our culture, all qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion,
disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, marital status or any other
characteristics protected by law.