Akron, OH – Law Clerk – Davis & Young
AkronLawJobs No. 5097 Overview: Davis & Young’s Akron office is looking to hire a law clerk to work full-time this summer, as well as part-time during next school year. Job involves legal research and writing, court filings, and other tasks as assigned. Anticipated start date is May 2014.
Qualifications: Current 1D/1E/2E students will be considered. Firm prefers top 50%.
How to apply: If you are interested in being considered for this position, please submit the following to the Career Planning Office by March 19th at Noon:
Resume, Cover letter (addressed to Erica M. Biagetti, Esq.), Law School Transcript (copy is sufficient), Writing sample, List of References, Undergraduate transcript (copy is sufficient).
For information on the firm, please visit: http://www.davisyoung.com/law-firm/. All materials must be submitted to the CPPO and not directly to the firm. Materials submitted directly to the firm will not be considered.
Deadline: March 19, 2014
Community Legal Aid – Akron, OH – On-campus interviews to be held March 20, 2014
Open to 1L’s and 2L’s (with or without intern certificate). Submit resume, writing sample, references and completed
volunteer application http://www.communitylegalaid.org/images/stories/2014_Application.doc
to email@example.com (or via hard copy to the CPPO) no later than Thursday, March 6th at NOON.
THE DAVID D. DOWD, SR. MEMORIAL AWARD
SUMMER JOB PLACEMENT AWARD
APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 1, 2014
$2,500.00 to one upper division law student
Must work 20 hours per week for not less than 10 weeks
The School of Law is accepting applications for the David D. Dowd Sr. Memorial Award. Named in tribute to a distinguished attorney dedicated to public service and created by Judge David D. Dowd, Jr. upon the 25th anniversary of his service in the federal judiciary, the purpose of the Dowd Award is to promote a commitment to public service for all lawyers. Dowd Awards are directed to Akron Law students interested in seeking professional careers in public service following graduation.
To be eligible, you must:
1. Complete your second year by Spring of 2014
2. Show a commitment to public service
3. Be capable of working 20 hours per week during the summer of 2014 for minimum of ten weeks in a public service position
4. Be committed to working in a public setting upon graduation
Placements this summer – in order of preference:
1st Preference: The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office, The Stark County Prosecutor’s Office, The Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office; law departments for Akron, Canton, Massillon; and Public Defender’s Offices in Summit and Stark counties.
2nd Preference: The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio or the Public Defender’s Office for the District
3rd Preference: Other prosecutors’ or law directors’ offices
4th Preference: Other not already listed public service agencies
The student will be expected to work 20 hours per week for not less than 10 weeks.
If you are interested in being considered for this award, please submit a cover letter and resume to Miranda Hall in the Career Planning Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by hard copy by April 1, 2014. Students in the upper 30% of the class will be given preference. Students should list short and long term goals, and explain why the student wishes to work in a particular office, as noted above. A committee will review applications and a student will be selected before the spring term is over.
Complimentary workshop at Benesch in Cleveland for students: The Business of Law – Wednesday, March 19th 4 – 7PMRead More
This is a special program for evening students, but all students are welcome!
Stop by our table in the atrium on Tuesday evening (March 4th) from 5:00 – 6:30 PM to have your resume reviewed, ask any career-related or student services questions you have, or just to say hello and grab a cup of coffee!
Directors Alisa Benedict O’Brien and Ivy Banks will be available and look forward to meeting you.Read More