Careers at Hueston Hennigan
Hueston Hennigan seeks motivated, diverse, qualified, and creative lawyers. Each member of the Hueston Hennigan team plays a crucial role in our clients’ successes. We seek attorneys who, like us, thrive in a fast-paced work environment that is both challenging and collegial. We accept applications year round and typically hire candidates for full-time employment during the year in which they will begin work; final decisions for fall starts are made in the early spring. The firm hires students from the most elite law schools and judicial clerkships, and is flexible with start dates and employment with regard to judicial calendars. We do not pay recruitment or placement fees for any candidates applying from judicial clerkships and the firm does not have a summer clerkship program. To apply, please email your resume, transcript and a writing sample to email@example.com.
At Hueston Hennigan we select the most talented attorneys and invest our resources in training our associates in all aspects of trial advocacy. We assign junior associates to complex cases the day they walk through the door, pairing them with senior associates and partners who manage and guide the development of matters. We strive to provide at least one trial experience in the first two years for each of our incoming associates. The firm offers associates the opportunity to do pro-bono trials, regardless of the time taken from other matters, and actively seeks pre-trial and court experiences that contribute to our attorneys’ understanding of the craft of lawyering. We are committed to the professional development of our attorneys, providing them with necessary support and guidance needed to maximize their productivity and encourage growth. Because we are trial attorneys first and specialists second, Hueston Hennigan is involved in a broad range of practice areas, giving our associates the ability to gain unique and valuable experiences. Even our most junior associates are given significant advocacy experience: they take and defend depositions, examine witnesses in court, draft motions for trial or appellate courts, conduct fact-finding investigations at client sites, argue motions before a judge, present strategy to clients, and meet and confer with opposing counsel.