Hands-on work on day one
Here, attorneys starting their career are a strategic priority.
We know how good you’ll be, and how good that will be for us. We’ll give you work that brings out the best in you. And we’ll provide the support you need to advance with us over time.
Our culture is for law students who want to become thought leaders in the areas of health care, life sciences, or employment, labor, and workforce management, while collaborating with people who will help facilitate your growth as an attorney.
On Campus Interviews
Epstein Becker Green conducts on-campus interviews at the following law schools:
- American University
- George Washington University
- Seton Hall
- University of Maryland
Direct Send/Job Postings
We participate in the resume collection process at the following law schools:
- Belmont University – College of Law
- Boston College
- Boston University
- Case Western
- Catholic University
- George Mason
- Howard University
- New York Law School
- New York University
- Northeastern University
- Ohio State University
- Penn State
- St. Johns
- St. Louis University
- University of Chicago
- University of Houston
- University of Pennsylvania
- University of Pittsburgh
- University of Tennessee
- University of Virginia
- Vanderbilt Law School
- Washington University in St. Louis
150 billable hours credit for pro bono work
2 back-to-back awards for women’s promotion
#8 in “The Firms That Keep People Happy,” a Law360 Pulse survey
1L Diversity Pipeline Program
Gain Valuable Experience
Our 1L Diversity Pipeline Program offers students from diverse backgrounds exposure to the firm’s clients through project assignments developed specifically for this program.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
We’re Developing Diverse Leaders
Our diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives not only provide training, coaching, and mentorship opportunities, they also foster the right culture to ensure that the attorneys who join us thrive.
Hear from Our People
Commitment to Associate Shadowing
“I even went to an EEOC conciliation meeting. These are things that generally Associates aren’t tagging along for, but you get the opportunity to be there to be able to experience how these meetings are run. And it’s a great opportunity because you have that experience going forward.”
Commitment to Leveraging Talent
“The work that I’ve been assigned as a first year associate, I’m confident, involves greater experience and greater responsibility than I could have received at any other major law firm.”
“What’s great about this firm is that when you walk the halls everyone knows everyone else. The firm does a great job of getting people together [at events] inside and outside of the firm.”
Commitment to Pro Bono Services
“We took this case on when I was a first year, and I’m now a fifth year. So this case was my first chance to contribute substantively to motions and briefing.”
Legal Writing Opportunities
Each year, we provide legal writing opportunities that align with the firm’s core values and core areas of practice. We encourage interested law students to submit articles for consideration.
Health Law Writing Competition
For more than two decades, we have organized the Annual Health Law Writing Competition. The competition encourages JD and LLM students to prepare scholarly papers on current topics of interest relating to health law. Papers may address any traditional area of the law as applied to health care (e.g., antitrust, tax, corporate) or areas of law unique to health care (e.g., fraud and abuse, managed care, Medicare/Medicaid, clinical trials, telehealth/telemedicine). Cash prizes are awarded to the authors of the three best papers. Entries ranked in the top 20 percent of all competition submissions may be considered for publication in the Annals of Health Law, which is published by the Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
Robert D. Reif Fellowship
Epstein Becker Green created the Robert D. Reif Fellowship with the assistance of American University Washington College of Law in 2012. The mission of the Robert D. Reif Fellowship is to honor the memory of our longtime partner Robert “Bob” Reif by furthering his commitment in the practice of law to maintaining the highest level of ethical standards and professionalism in dealing with clients, fellow attorneys, and the community. Students submit essays on topics involving legal ethics and professional values. Annually, three students are selected as finalists, with the winner receiving the fellowship award of $5,000.