Ward Greenberg's Diversity Scholar Program Featured in Local and National Publications

Ward Greenberg's Diversity Scholar Program was recently featured in the Rochester Business Journal. In the article, Senovia Cuevas, a Ward Greenberg associate and our first Diversity Scholar, discusses her experience. Partner Jeffrey Harradine provides insights on the goals of the program and the reasons behind its creation. To read the full article, please click here.

In addition to the local coverage, Savoy Magazine, a national African-American lifestyle magazine, published an article discussing Corning Incorporated's General Counsel, Lewis Steverson, and the Law Department's diversity initiatives, including their collaboration with our Diversity Scholar Program.

About Our Diversity Scholar Program

Ward Greenberg's Diversity Scholar Program offers the opportunity for first-year law students to join our Rochester, New York or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office for a 10-week paid appointment during the summer, as well as a $7,500 bonus. 

During that appointment, the Scholars also have the opportunity: 

  • To work with teams at more than one of our offices; 
  • For a short-term secondment with one of our institutional clients; and
  • To be primarily considered for a Ward Greenberg summer associate position the following summer, and with it, an additional $10,000 bonus.

For more details, download our 2019 application here.