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Carlton Fields Welcomes Summer Associate Class of 2020

Carlton Fields is pleased to welcome its 2020 Summer Associate Class.

The firm’s Summer Associate Program provides its class with opportunities to serve business clients in key industries, sharpen their real world legal skills, and cultivate purposeful relationships with firm colleagues and clients.

Summer associates will participate in all aspects of the firm’s practices, including client meetings and court proceedings.

Class members can also become involved in the firm’s pro bono initiatives through engaging with local legal aid societies and taking part in bar, civic, and community-oriented activities. 

This year, seven distinguished law students from five law schools will spend the summer working with firm attorneys in Miami, Tampa, and Washington, D.C., where they will continue their legal education and training, learn about practice areas and industry groups of interest, and work with designated mentors and other firm attorneys on meaningful assignments.

Carlton Fields Summer Associate Class of 2020 (By Office)


  • Michael J. Kareff – Georgetown University Law Center
  • Jordan J. Luczaj – University of Miami School of Law
  • Facundo M. Scialpi – University of Miami School of Law


  • Wilma F. Metcalf – Stetson University College of Law
  • Julian C. Velez – University of Florida Levin College of Law

Washington, D.C.

  • Robert Kim – The George Washington University Law School
  • Kirsten N. Wolfford – The George Washington University Law School


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