Quinn emanuel trial lawyers


Meet Us On Campus

We host events on law school campuses throughout the country each spring. Our goal is to meet prospective summer and first year associates. Please contact the Recruiting Coordinator in your preferred office to obtain a schedule of these events.


Q. How do I apply?

A. Send your résumé and transcript to the recruiting contacts at the office in which you are most interested. If you are interested in more than one office, send them to the recruiting contacts at each of those offices, with a note that you are applying to multiple offices. Our recruiting contacts all work closely together.

Q. When will callbacks take place?

A. We will start callbacks soon after we receive transcripts. They will continue throughout the summer. Don’t worry if you’re going to be away all summer and cannot schedule an interview until the fall, just let us know, and we will schedule it when you are back.

Q. If I receive an offer, will I have to accept or reject it before OCI?

A. Of course not. You will have an opportunity to meet other firms—if you want to. Each year some students accept their early offers and skip OCI.

Q. What if I have questions?

A. Feel free to get in touch with any of our recruiting contacts, or any of the lawyers you meet from the firm.

Q. To whom do I submit my resume and transcript?

A. To our recruiting contacts:

Trevor Soames
tel. +32 2 416 5000
Emily Reamy
tel. +1 650 801 5000
Charles Eskridge
tel. +1 713 221 7000
Los Angeles:
Hannah Morrish
tel. +1 213 443 3000
New York:
Rebecca Fogler
tel. +1 212 849 7000
San Francisco:
Rhoda Piland
tel. +1 415 875 6600
Rose Pantley 
tel. +1 206-905-7005
Grace Huang
tel. +86 21 5117 5859
Silicon Valley:
Emily Reamy
tel. +1 650 801 5000
Washington DC:
Tracy (Anderson) Ji
tel. +1 202 538 8000
Duygu Akdag
tel. +41 44 253 80 00

Q. Does the firm hire judicial clerks?

A. Yes. A very significant percentage of our lawyers clerked for U.S. District Courts, Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal, and the U.S. Supreme Court. If you are interested, simply send your resume to our recruiting contacts listed above.

Q. Does the firm give judicial clerks "credit" for time clerking?

A. Generally yes for both seniority and compensation purposes. Federal judicial clerks are eligible for a $105,000 clerkship bonus.