Under NALP rules, employers are not supposed to even be talking to 1Ls until Dec 1st. Most firms that have summer programs pay 160k to starting associates. A few more regional firms might pay low 6 figures. Generally, getting a 1L position at a firm is pretty tough unless you go to Yale, Harvard, or Stanford.
There is the potential that someone could get a summer offer from a small firm that is not a member of nalp, but it wouldn't be a formal summer program like the big firms have.
Eh... big-market BIGLAW firms are paying 160, as are some of the more profitable boutiques. Regional firms in major markets, like NY, will probably follow the bigger firms, but in smaller markets, NJ/Philadelphia/Nashville/Anchorage/etc, expect the high-end to be closer to 140k, and some firms won't even break 6 figures.
As another poster said, NALPDirectory.com is a good place to look.