Crowe & Dunlevy recently announced its 2012 summer associate class for its Oklahoma City office. The summer associate program consists of a six-week clerkship from mid-May through the end of June. This year’s class includes 10 students from six different law schools across the nation.
“We are pleased to welcome a new class of summer associates,” said Crowe & Dunlevy President Kevin Gordon. “These students are among the best and brightest at their respective law schools and represent the future of our profession.”
Second-year law students serving as 2012 summer associates include Andrea Burchfield, Oklahoma City University; Tim J. Gallegly, Oklahoma City University; Harsha A. Sekar, Tulane University; Hugh Long, Notre Dame; and Courtney R. Jordan, University of Iowa.
First-year law students serving as 2012 summer associates are Zachary Eddington, Harvard; Emily S. Eleftherakis, Oklahoma City University; Andrew Henry, University of Oklahoma; Joshua D. Keown, Oklahoma City University; and Katelyn Langwell, University of Oklahoma.
Participants in the summer associate program are paired with two attorneys, a director and an associate who mentor them throughout the summer. The students are provided with a variety of legal projects to perform for the firm's clients and also get to take part in out-of-office experiences, such as watching hearings or trials, attending depositions and client meetings and observing business transactions, such as closings. They also attend weekly social events hosted by the firm.
Posted on Wed, June 6, 2012
by Crowe & Dunlevy