Gibbons Apprenticeship Program Featured in Seton Hall Law at Work

The Gibbons Apprenticeship Program has been featured in the first edition of Seton Hall Law At Work. This new series takes a look at innovative working arrangements between employers and graduates of the Seton Hall University School of Law.

This article focuses on the Gibbons Apprenticeship Program, a client-focused attorney recruitment and development platform that exposes recent law school graduates to the day-to-day responsibilities of law firm junior associates and trains them in a “real world” law firm environment.

Highlighted in this article is John J. Cahill, the firm’s first Intellectual Property apprentice, who has since been hired as an Associate at Gibbons. This fall, Gibbons hired its second Intellectual Property apprentice, Jillian A. Centanni.

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