Click one of the links below to apply. Note that these links will direct you to our recruiting portal website.
- Lori Patton | Chief Recruiting Officer
- Kate Rooney Thomson | Director of Lateral Recruiting
- Emily Kota O'Rouke | Assistant Director of Lateral Recruiting
- Christy Olsen | Associate Recruiting Manager
- Maggie Brewer | Associate Recruiting Manager
- Naima Bacquilod | Recruiting Manager
- Ayesha Sharif | Attorney Recruiter
- Hailey Fein – Senior Recruiting Coordinator
- Andrea Urcuyo – Recruiting Assistant
- Roy Greco – Recruiting Project Assistant
As you consider a career at Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP as a lawyer, know that you will be joining a firm that offers:
- An exceptional client development team to help you grow your practice. They can provide guidance and coaching, help you prepare materials, meet clients, and make proposals. You receive support every step of the way.
- The opportunity to assume firm leadership roles from the start of your tenure. Our firm welcomes new ideas and new voices.
- A respect for your talents. We invite all professionals to participate in the Gallup Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment, which helps maximize internal performance, foster teamwork, and improve client relationships.
- A comprehensive professional development program. We work closely with the Practising Law Institute (PLI) to provide the highest quality online and in-person continuing education programs. We also offer a robust array of in-house learning opportunities.
- A firm-wide commitment to diversity and inclusion as well as pro bono service.
- The most up-to-date technology, with the support to make it work for you.
If you are interested in joining the Womble Bond Dickinson team—or if you would just like more information, contact one of our attorney recruiters. We would be happy to have a conversation about how Womble Bond Dickinson may fit your practice objectives.
Womble Bond Dickinson values judicial clerkship experience and offers highly competitive clerkship bonuses and year to year partnership track credit (up to two years) for entry level associates who have completed a state appellate court clerkship or federal court clerkship.
If you are interested in joining the Womble Bond Dickinson team post-clerkship, contact Ayesha Sharif.
Paralegals & Professional Staff
Paralegals and professional staff have a huge role to play in the success of our business. We have a model that not only delivers excellent value-added service to our clients but also provides a career path to kick-start your legal career.
Please contact one of our office administrators or office managers if you are interested in working at our firm.
- Atlanta | Toni French
- Baltimore | Dede Fowler
- Boston | Maryanne Interbartolo
- Charlotte | Beth Keasler
- Charleston | John Rider
- Columbia | John Rider
- Greensboro | Alecia Moore
- Greenville | Debbie Stout
- Houston | Heidi Sasso
- Huntsville | Toni French
- Los Angeles and Orange County | Dede Fowler
- Nashville | Toni French
- New York | Maryanne Interbartolo
- Raleigh and Research Triangle Park | Christine Peterson
- San Francisco & Silicon Valley | Blythe Kingston
- Tysons Corner | Cheri Edwards
- Washington, D.C. | Lynn Edwards-Hall
- Wilmington | Heidi Sasso
- Winston-Salem | Alecia Moore
Undergraduate & Master's Students
Undergraduate and Master’s students and recent graduates of such programs can participate in Womble Bond Dickinson’s summer internship program. This program is connected to the firm’s HBCU Succeed program as it supports the creation of opportunities for diverse students interested in careers at a law firm. Through the internship program, students can apply to Staff Intern positions. Staff Interns are assigned to one of the firm’s corporate departments such as Human Resources, Accounting and IT.
The Womble Bond Dickinson internship program is open to all majors as the program is focused on career awareness, professional development and networking. Interns in the program will participate in dedicated professional development sessions and be assigned a mentor to support their learning experience and understanding of the options and resources available at a law firm. Further, interns will gain hands-on work experience and participate in check-ins and feedback sessions both with their internship supervisor as well as the Internship Program Manager.
Junior-level undergraduate and Master’s-level students who are pursuing science and technical degrees are also encouraged to apply to the firm’s Intellectual Property (IP) co-op program. This program allows students to work with and learn from various IP professionals including Patent Agents, Patent Attorneys and Technical Advisors. After working at Womble Bond Dickinson for one semester, the student will return to school and then they will return to the firm for another semester on either a full-time or part-time basis. During the second, and potentially third, semester of the co-op program, the student will continue to expand their awareness of careers in IP and gain hands-on experience that leverages their science or technical backgrounds. Co-ops are also supported by the firm in their pursuit of passing the Patent Bar to expand the options available to them upon graduation.
Please note that information about the firm’s Summer Associate program for law students can be found here.