I have been working at Jones Day full-time
The firm gets great work and has a collaborative, noncompetitive culture, which is driven by a governance model that is different from the typical law firm model. It's a firm of good people and great opportunities.
This isn't a downside for me, but depending on the matter, you can work long hours at Jones Day. For me it has meant great experience and a great opportunity to develop my professional profile, but if you want to make sure you have weekends and evenings off, it's probably not the place for you.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Jones Day (Washington, DC) in November 2016.
Met with the manager of project assistants/paralegals, current project assistant, staff attorney, and HR manager. Everyone was really nice but my interview took two days and a total of about 4.5 hours and no one ever contacted me again. Although they requested my availability for the following week to meet with attorneys, I never heard back. I understand if I did not get the job but I believe it is rather unprofessional to keep someone in the interview process for 3 weeks and never contact them again, regardless if you are going to offer them employment or not. Luckily I was hired by another firm the following week.