Haynes And Boone Employment and Summer Associate Program
In 2010, Haynes And Boone, LLP had a class of 42 summer associates. 40 of those summer associates were considered for offers. 30 offers were made. The firm did not report how much it pays summer associates.
|size of 2010 summer class||42|
|2Ls considered for offers||40|
Notable Haynes And Boone benefits: 401(k)/IRA/Other Ret. Plan w/Employer Contribution, Bar Association Fees, CLE, Dental Insurance, Domestic Partner Benefits, Employee Assistance Program, Family/Dependent Care Leave, Flexible Spending Account/pre-tax Option, Life/AD&D, Long-term Care Insurance, Long-term Disability Insurance, Medical Insurance, Medical Spending Account, Parental Leave, Profit Sharing, Relocation Expenses, Short-term Disability Insurance, Sick Leave, Technology (Laptop, PDA, etc.), Vacation Leave, Vision Insurance
Haynes And Boone, LLP allows attorneys to work part time, although that option is not available for entry-level attorneys. Currently, 400 attorneys are working part time.
|part time allowed?||Yes|
|can entry level attorneys work part time?||No|
|associates who work part time||180|
|partners who work part time||20|
|other attorneys who work part time||200|
Haynes And Boone does not report any information regarding its billable hours requirement.
The firm has not reported whether it counts pro bono hours towards the minimum billable hours requirement. Pro bono hours are counted the same as billable hours for the purposes of year-end bonuses.
The firm's partnership is tiered, with equity and non-equity partners.
The firm pays clerkship bonuses.
Haynes And Boone does not report any information regarding its recruiting contacts.