Haynes and Boone, LLP is seeking candidates for the following 2023 1L Summer Programs. Please indicate your office/program preferences in the Position Data section of the application.
Traditional 1L Program: A nine- to ten-week clerkship beginning May 15 that offers the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the daily life of a Haynes Boone attorney. (OFFICES PARTICIPATING: Austin, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, New York, Orange County, San Antonio, and Washington, D.C.)
Diversity Scholars Program: The Haynes Boone Diversity Scholars Program has been established to attract outstanding diverse students to the private practice of law while helping these students be successful in law school through both work and mentorship experiences afforded by the program. Our Diversity Scholars Program offers a nine- to ten-week paid summer clerkship with Haynes Boone beginning May 15 and a scholarship paid during the school year. For the 2023 Summer Program, we are offering the Diversity Scholarship to 1L, 2L, and First-Year Associate hires as outlined below. We encourage all eligible students to apply to be a part of the Diversity Scholars Program by uploading a brief diversity statement to the Documents section of the application. (OFFICES PARTICIPATING: Austin, Charlotte, Dallas, Dallas-North, Houston, New York, Orange County, San Antonio, and Washington, D.C.)
- 1L Diversity Scholarship
- $10,000 if they receive and accept our 1L summer offer
- $7,500 if they receive and accept our 2L summer offer
- $7,500 if they receive and accept our First-Year Associate offer
- Potential Total Scholarship: $25,000
Dallas Fast Track Program: A one-week clerkship that is an ideal complement to other summer plans and provides the opportunity to familiarize candidates with the Dallas legal market and life at a large law firm. The 2023 program will run from July 22-28. (OFFICE PARTICIPATING: Dallas)
IP 1L Program: A nine- to ten-week clerkship beginning May 15 in our various intellectual property practice groups. This program is for candidates with an academic background or relevant work experience in engineering, computer science, or physics. Candidates interested in being considered for this program are required to upload an undergraduate transcript to the Documents section of the application. (OFFICES PARTICIPATING: Austin and Dallas-North)
Please note, your first-semester law school transcript will be required to complete your application once it becomes available in early 2023.