Denise Wager | September 1, 2020
When the Covid-19 pandemic began sweeping the country this spring, law firms, government agencies, nonprofits, and other employers were forced to reevaluate their summer associate and intern programs for law students. Many of those programs ultimately required students to work remotely.
Despite the challenges, Notre Dame Law School students were able to continue advancing on their career paths during this unusual summer. More than 350 rising second- and third-year students completed summer associate programs, internships, and research assistant positions at more than 250 organizations throughout the country.
“While many of our students were naturally disappointed to miss out on an in-person experience this summer, the resiliency they and their employers demonstrated in constructing and completing meaningful virtual internship experiences was quite impressive,” said Vincent Versagli, director of career development at Notre Dame Law School.
Six ND Law students share about their 2020 summer work experiences.
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