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Careers

SUMMER ASSOCIATE PROGRAM

Our Summer Associate Program provides law students with a unique opportunity to experience life in our law firm. The purpose of the program is to identify and make offers of employment to those summer associates who demonstrate exceptional legal skills and the ability to become productive members of the firm. The number of summer associates hired is determined by expected hiring needs for future associates. The Lewis Thomason Summer Associate Program offers a balance of social activities and real-world work assignments and includes:

  • An orientation in which shareholders and associates share information on their clerking and courtroom experiences and offer general practice tips
  • Extensive training on computer systems and other resources
  • The assignment of a shareholder mentor and a young associate mentor
  • Attendance at depositions, client meetings, court hearings, mediations, trials, internal practice group meetings and monthly associate training meetings
  • Formal and informal feedback
  • Regular social activities with associates and shareholders

RECRUITMENT PROCESS

We participate in on-campus recruiting at the University of Tennessee, University of Memphis and Vanderbilt University. Students at other schools may submit resumes by mail to the appropriate office. Recruitment for second-year law students is completed by October for the following summer. Recruitment for first-year students begins in February.

Resumes for summer associate positions should be sent to:

KNOXVILLE
Lawrence F. Giordano
One Centre Square
Fifth Floor
620 Market Street
Knoxville, TN 37901
MEMPHIS
Margaret F. Cooper
One Commerce Square
29th Floor
40 South Main Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
NASHVILLE
David A. Changas
424 Church Street
Suite 2500
Nashville, TN 37219

                                                                             

ATTORNEYS

We often hire lateral attorneys to fill a need or take advantage of an opportunity.  Lewis Thomason has a longstanding tradition of excellence and success. Our clients expect service that builds respect and establishes long-term relationships. We strive to serve our clients effectively and efficiently so they receive value in our services. Lewis Thomason hires attorneys who are committed to these same principles.

Resumes for lateral attorney positions should be sent to:

KNOXVILLE:
Rodney A. Fields
One Centre Square
Fifth Floor
620 Market Street
Knoxville, TN 37901
MEMPHIS:
Andrea Malkin
One Commerce Square
29th Floor
40 South Main Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
NASHVILLE:
David Changas
424 Church Street
Suite 2500
Nashville, TN 37219

 

ADMINISTRATIVE/SUPPORT PERSONNEL

Resumes for positions for administrative and support personnel should be sent to:

KNOXVILLE:
Linda Glasgow
Human Resources Director
One Centre Square
Fifth Floor
620 Market Street
Knoxville, TN 37901
MEMPHIS:
Linda Haddock
Office Administrator
One Commerce Square
29th Floor
40 South Main Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
NASHVILLE:
Tania Freeman
Office Administrator
424 Church Street
Suite 2500
Nashville, TN 37219

 

DIVERSITY IN RECRUITMENT

We recognize the importance of, and are committed to, maintaining a talented and diverse body of attorneys. To that end, we intentionally strive to hire and retain attorneys who bring a wide variety of backgrounds and life experiences to complement our team approach. We maintain a commitment to minority hiring, and it is our goal to recruit and retain lawyers who will foster and encourage a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Lewis Thomason is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants receive consideration for employment, and all employees are treated equally during the employment process without regard to race, religion, color, age, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, physical capabilities or marital or family status.

Lewis Thomason does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities with regard to any aspect of employment and will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate the known disabilities of employees who are otherwise qualified to perform the essential duties of the job involved.