Summer Law Clerk Program 2021
Spend the Summer with ROIG Lawyers (virtually)
Our 2021 Summer Law Clerk Program offers the law student an opportunity to gain practical legal experience, mentorship and the opportunity to become acquainted with our culture and philosophy.
ROIG Lawyers truly believes a strong foundation allows you to build a successful career. When possible, we encourage our law clerks to virtually visit the courts and attend depositions to provide practical experience. In addition, there will be activities that promote the development of relationship building skills that will last a lifetime. We are proud to say that we have received very positive feedback from our former law clerks regarding our Law Clerk Program. It has proven to be beneficial to their growth and understanding of the practice of law and has prepared them for their future in the legal industry.
ROIG Lawyers prides itself on our unique culture, and as one of the largest minority owned litigation firm we welcome diversity. Our attorneys and staff are active in their communities; they hold many professional organization leadership positions.
Summer Law Clerks receive mentoring from our attorneys, they will review their work and provide guidance and direction.
Summer Law Clerks will be given assignments; they are encouraged to work, meet and interact with several attorneys to enhance their experience.
At ROIG Lawyers, we welcome and encourage feedback from our Law Clerks in order to make our program stronger each year.
Reviews and Offers
Law Clerks will receive ongoing feedback from their mentor. The feedback provides our Law Clerks a gauge of their progress. Some Law Clerk’s may receive an offer upon completion of law school; upon successfully passing the bar exam; and/or upon being sworn in.
Submitting Your Resume
We are currently accepting resumes for our Deerfield Beach, Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville, and Orlando offices. If you are interested in participating in ROIG Lawyers Summer Law Clerk Program, please apply by sending your resume only at this time. Candidates under consideration may be asked to provide a law school transcript and a writing sample. The program will be virtual so be prepared to use zoom and other means of telecommunication.