What type of training will I receive?

Cahill is committed to recruiting the best attorneys and providing them with the training and guidance necessary to allow them to reach their professional potential. Hands-on work, as supplemented by our training programs, is the most effective learning tool at our associates' disposal. Because of our size, we staff matters leanly and provide young associates with substantial experience early-on.  We have a longstanding policy of encouraging our associates to be actively engaged in every aspect of the matters they are involved in and, as such, our approach to staffing is designed to ensure that our associates receive a high level of partner and client contact and are fully engaged in their matters. Our corporate and litigation groups each supplement client work with training programs. Courses are held monthly, are interactive and designed to teach practical skills. The firm also regularly hosts Continuing Legal Education courses which further supplement associate training and allow associates to maintain their active bar admission status.

 Will I receive a mentor?

Yes. Each new associate, including lateral associates and clerks, are assigned a mentor partner who helps the new associate integrate into the firm life, monitor progress and workload, and will be responsible for conducting each associate's year-end review.

 How does the firm handle pro bono work? Do the hours count towards billable hours?

The firm holds itself to the same exacting standard of superior work product whether the matter is billable or not. We encourage all of our associates to participate in pro bono projects. All pro bono time is included in annual hours. To learn more about Cahill's pro bono initiatives, click here.

 Is credit recognized for LL.M. Degree?

The firm pays sign-on bonuses to LL.M. (tax) graduates on a case-by-case basis.

 Is credit recognized for dual MBA/JD Degree?

The firm awards one year of credit to incoming associates who have obtained a J.D. and M.B.A. on a case-by-case basis.

 How do I apply?

We look forward to hearing from interested applicants.  If you are interested in applying for an associate or summer associate position, please submit your cover letter, resume, and a copy of your law school transcript to:

Donna Manion
Director of Legal Recruiting

For applicants interested in paralegal positions, please submit your cover letter and resume to:

Elizabeth Arno
Legal Assistants Manager

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

The Firm is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and prohibits discrimination on account of race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, parental status, citizenship (respecting individuals authorized to work in the United States), status as a veteran or any other ground barred by applicable federal, state and local law (any of the foregoing, a "Prohibited Ground"), with respect to any and all terms and conditions of employment.