Lyndhurst, NJ – June 7, 2017– Scarinci Hollenbeck welcomed four law students to its 2017 Summer Associate Program. Three will be based at the Firm’s Lyndhurst Office and one in Red Bank. All four are at the top of the class at their respective schools, and were chosen from hundreds of applicants.

Throughout the program, the Summer Associates will receive training in various aspects of the law, as well as varied, distinct and interesting assignments. They will also have the opportunity to observe experienced attorneys trying cases, negotiating contracts and counseling clients.

“Our Summer Associate Program provides a solid learning experience to those few applicants that we can accept from among the many who apply,” said Donald Scarinci, Managing Partner.  “Our program includes full participation in all of the activities of the firm ranging from our blogs to our social events.”

“Scarinci Hollenbeck’s summer associate program is a dynamic one – combining the talents of an exceptional class of law students with a diverse and fast-paced practice,” agreed Laura M. Miller, Scarinci Hollenbeck Counsel and Summer Associate Coordinator. The Firm prides itself on offering its summer associates a wealth of challenging assignments in a highly collegial environment.  We are particularly excited about our summer class of 2017.”

Catherine Soliman will begin her third year at Seton Hall Law School in the fall. She is Managing Editor of Seton Hall Law Review (2017-18), and was previously Associate Editor (2016-17). She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Seton Hall University in 2015.

Zach Hansen recently completed his second year at Seton Hall Law School in Newark, where he is the Associate Editor of the Circuit Review. He is also a member of the Student Bar Association, the Entertainment & Sports Law Society, and the Academics & Curriculum Committee.

Hunain Sunwar attends New York Law School, where recently completed his second year. A merit-based scholarship student, he is a member of the Sports Law Society, the International Law Society, and the First Generation Professional Law Students Association.

Paul Scarinci attends Boston College Law School where he recently completed his first year. He is a member of the Boston College Law Democrats and the Boston College Business Law Society. His eclectic background includes working as an Assistant Manager of External Relations for the China General Chamber of Commerce.