Chuhak & Tecson Careers

Law Clerks / Summer Associates

Over the years, our program for summer associates has transformed into one where summer associates continue on as law clerks, working year-round throughout the next school year. They gain as much as they give, and in exchange for their talent and dedication, they receive an experiential education. This experience provides them with exposure to an established network of mentors who guide their learning in ways that other law firms normally reserve only for new attorneys. Our law clerks are generally brought on board in late May, and they work for us year-round until the end of the following school year.

The hiring process for law clerks generally begins in February, and we target spring break as the time when interviews are scheduled. 

We accept resumes for future opportunities from those with passion and a desire to achieve substantive experience at a creative law firm. Please direct your resume to recruiting@chuhak.com, and note that all applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.

Disclaimer: This job description is subject to be amended or changed at the Firm's discretion. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the individual in the position. They are not intended to be an exclusive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills of personnel so classified. 

Our Values

Benefits

Chuhak & Tecson offers benefits that include medical, dental, vision, life insurance and disability coverage, as well as cafeteria and 401(k) plans. Paid time off (PTO) accrues, with increases based on years worked. The firm provides seven paid holidays.

Equal Opportunity Employer

The firm affirms its policy to provide equal opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees. No person will be denied employment or benefits on the basis of age, gender, color, race, national origin, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, political belief, status as a member of uniformed services, or disability that does not preclude performance of the essential job functions.