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Building Meaningful Pro Bono Experience as a BigLaw Attorney

by Gibson Dunn | June 19, 2019

A career in BigLaw and meaningful pro bono experience do not have to be mutually exclusive, especially if you select a firm that fully supports pro bono work. In this post, Gibson Dunn lawyers share some of their experiences working on high-profile matters—including the travel ban and the family separation policy—and ways that pro bono work has been particularly meaningful to them.

Should You Clerk or Not?

by Gibson Dunn | June 12, 2017

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher associate Kaitlin Zumwalt caught up with Washington, D.C. associates Anna McKenzie, Rachel Levick Corley, and Ed Patterson to discuss their decisions on whether or not to clerk.

Tips for BigLaw Junior Associates

by Gibson Dunn | May 30, 2017

New Gibson Dunn partner Saee Muzumdar is the “caddy” for junior corporate associates in the firm's New York office; she's available as a resource to associates in their first few years of practice. Here are some of the most common questions that Saee is asked by associates about navigating the BigLaw life as a junior associate.

5 Questions: Gibson Dunn’s NY Litigation & Appellate Groups

by Vault Law Editors | March 31, 2016

Gibson Dunn associate Casey Lee caught up with several New York partners in Gibson Dunn’s litigation and appellate practice groups to discuss various...

Gibson Dunn Lawyers On Choosing Transactional Law

by Vault Law Editors | February 26, 2016

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher associate Saee Muzumdar caught up with corporate partners Barbara Becker, who heads the firm’s M&A group, and Rashida...

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