2014 1L LCLD Scholars Program
In connection with the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Pipeline Committee’s 1L Scholar Program, we are pleased to announce the McGuireWoods/Exelon Energy Internship. This partnership between McGuireWoods and Exelon will provide a unique opportunity for the selected 1L law student to work side by side with McGuireWoods and Exelon Legal Department attorneys in Baltimore on energy regulatory, policy and transactional matters. The 2014 McGuireWoods/Exelon Energy Internship will provide other networking opportunities including: • Attendance at the 1L LCLD Scholars Retreat ( June 2014) • Participation in the LCLD Law School Mentor Program • Dedicated LinkedIn Page for 1L LCLD Scholars Applicants are considered based on their leadership experience, diversity related student organization involvement, and
personal achievements. Candidates should have a demonstrated interest in the energy field.
Application packets should include:
• Completed Application
• Undergraduate & Law School Transcripts (photocopy of official transcript is acceptable) • Personal Statement (limit of 1,000 words) answering the following: McGuireWoods and Exelon Corporation share many of the same core values including Excellence, Integrity, Client Service, Diversity & Inclusion, Community and Collegiality. Please provide a statement that (a) demonstrates your interest in the energy field and (b) demonstrates how you exemplify one of these core values in your professional and/or personal endeavors.
About EXELON- Exelon Corporation is the nation’s leading competitive energy provider, with approximately $23.5 billion
in annual revenues. The Exelon family of companies participates in every stage of the energy business, from generation, to
competitive energy sales, to transmission and delivery. Exelon’s Constellation business unit, headquartered in Baltimore, is a
leading competitive energy wholesale and retail supplier offering electricity, natural gas, solar, renewable energy, efficiency
and energy management products and services to homes and businesses across the United States and Canada. Exelon fosters
a culture that focuses on performance, promotes thought leadership, encourages innovation, and acknowledges the power of
ideas that are generated by a diverse workforce.
About McGuireWoods– With more than 900 lawyers and 19 offices worldwide, McGuireWoods serves public, private,
government and nonprofit clients from practices and industries including automotive and transportation, energy resources,
labor and employment, healthcare and technology. We employ a diverse workforce to bring real world perspectives to clients
– meeting their needs from virtually any area of the law.
At McGuireWoods, we define diversity as recognizing and valuing the differences in our workforce. To us, diversity encompasses age, sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation, marital status and veteran status, as well as educational and professional backgrounds. 900 Lawyers | 19 Offices
2014 1L LCLD Scholars Program Application
Self-Identification (please check all that apply): ________ African American/Black ________ Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
The selected 1L LCLD Scholar will receive an 8-week (May 19 – July 11) paid internship ($1500 per week) during the
summer of 2014. The first four weeks will be spent working in the Baltimore office of McGuireWoods and attending the
LCLD Scholars Retreat in Dallas, TX. The final four weeks will be spent working in the legal department of Exelon
Corporation in Baltimore.

Materials can be sent via U.S. mail, e-mail or fax to:
Kelly N. Fullwood
Diversity & Inclusion Manager
McGuireWoods LLP
One James Center
901 East Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23219-4030
804.775.1061 (fax)
Applications must be received by March 10, 2014.
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