Blakely Sokoloff Employment and Summer Associate Program
In 2010, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman LLP had a class of 3 summer associates. The firm did not report how many second year law students were considered for offers. The firm did not report how much it pays summer associates.
|are 1Ls considered?||Yes|
|are split summers allowed?||No|
|size of 2010 summer class||3|
Notable Blakely Sokoloff benefits: 401(k)/IRA/Other Retirement Plan, Bar Association Fees, Business Casual Dress Code, CLE, Dental Insurance, Domestic Partner Benefits, Employee Assistance Program, Family/Dependent Care Leave, Flexible Spending Account/pre-tax Option, Life/AD&D, Long-term Disability Insurance, Medical Insurance, Parking/Transportation, Relocation Expenses, Sabbatical Program, Short-term Disability Insurance, Technology (Laptop, PDA, etc.), Vision Insurance
|can entry level attorneys work part time?||No|
|associates who work part time||1|
|partners who work part time||0|
|other attorneys who work part time||0|
The number of minimum billable hours for associates is 1,800.
Blakely Sokoloff does not report any information regarding its pro bono activities.
Blakely Sokoloff does not report any information regarding its partnership track.
Blakely Sokoloff does not report any information regarding clerkship bonuses.
Blakely Sokoloff does not report any information regarding its recruiting contacts.