Twin Cities Large Firm 1L Hiring Information

CPD has put together a list of large firms in the Twin Cities Metro who are hiring diverse and well-credentialed 1Ls for summer positions.  As always don’t hesitate to email us at lawcareers@stthomas.edu if you have any questions, would like your resume and cover letter reviewed or would like to set up an appointment. 

Briggs and Morgan:
Briggs will have two positions for 1L's - one for diverse applicants and one for general applicants. Applicants should use their website to apply at www.briggs.com.

Dorsey & Whitney: 
All 1L's encouraged to apply. They should go through the online process at www.dorsey.com.

Faegre Baker Daniels:
All 1L's are encouraged to apply through the website at www.faegre.com.

Fredrikson & Byron:
All 1L's are encouraged to apply directly to Greta Larson at glarson@fredlaw.com.

Fish & Richardson:
They are hiring diverse 1L's only through their 1L Diversity Fellowship Program. More information is available on their website at www.fr.com.

Fulbright & Jaworksi:
They are hiring diverse 1L's only. Applicants should email applications to afuchs@fulbright.com.

Gray Plant Mooty:
They are hiring diverse 1L's only. Applicants should email applications to kristin.manikowski@gpmlaw.com.

Leonard Street and Deinard:
They are hiring diverse 1L's only. Applicants should email applications to Kari Jensen Thomas atkari.thomas@leonard.com or through the website at www.leonard.com.

Lindquist & Vennum:
They plan to hire one 1L student in addition to the one they hire through the MSBA MMCP program. Applications should include a cover letter, resume, college transcript, and a 5-10 page writing sample emailed to Lisanne Weisz at lweisz@lindquist.com.

Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly:
They are hiring diverse 1L's only. Applicants should email applications to Jackie Gunstad at jgunstad@oppenheimer.com or apply through the website at www.oppenheimer.com.

Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi:
RKMC will have positions available for diverse students and one 1L position for a student who wants to pursue a career in Intellectual Property Litigation and has a minimum of a B.S. in a technical area or science (computer science, computer or electrical engineering, physics, chemistry). They'd prefer a Master's or Ph.D. prior to law school. 1L jobs will be posted on their website on Nov. 30 at www.rkmc.com.