Hahn Loeser 1L IP Clerk Position

Cleveland, OH – 1L Intellectual Property Clerk – Hahn Loeser & Parks, LLP
AkronLawJobs No. 7848 Overview: Seeking a 1L Law Clerk for the Intellectual Property group for Summer 2017.
Duties: Will work full time during the summer and may have the possibility of working part time (approximately 15-20 hours per week) during the 2017-2018 school year.
Qualifications: 1L. Candidates must possess an undergraduate bachelor’s degree that is Patent Bar eligible. Preferably seeking the following backgrounds: Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
How to apply: Send a one-page cover letter, resume, and updated law school transcript to Jodi L. Bosak, Manager of Legal Personnel and Recruiting at recruitment@hahnlaw.com
January 31, 2016

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Info Session on Summer EDGE Fellows Program on 1/31 at 12:15PM!

Please join us on Tuesday, January 31st at 12:15PM in Central Hower, Room 312 for an information session on this exciting program that merges law and business! Open to all law students!

Summer EDGE Fellows Program – Akron, OH

EDGE is a non-profit economic development organization that is seeking students interested in a unique opportunity in business development, market research and data analytics with exceptional communication skills that are interested in helping Northeast Ohio companies explore and validate new business opportunities.

The Summer EDGE Fellows Program offers a great summer experience in real-world consulting that allows Fellows to work with Northeast Ohio business leaders from small, medium and large companies, mentors, like-minded driven students as well as work remotely and pave the way for connections that can lead to jobs following graduation. In addition, The EDGE Fellows Program consistently receives high marks from past Fellows and companies and recently received the distinct honor as “The Coolest Internship” in Northeast Ohio (by NOCHE and CBC Magazine, 2016).
• Open to graduate students (all disciplines) as well as non-traditional students.
• Projects typically address many of the core NE Ohio industries, including healthcare and medical devices, IT/software/logistics, manufacturing, chemicals and coatings, innovative technology and more with small, medium and large regional companies.
• Strong candidates must communicate very well (both verbally and in writing) and are self-starters that are inquisitive, independent thinkers.
• This is a paid 40-hour-per-week internship which runs from the end of May through the end of July.
• Deliverables include a presentation and a comprehensive report for the host company as well as presenting findings at a public presentation event.

EDGE has 16 positions to fill for 2017 (coming from any school and discipline), and EDGE strives for a well-rounded and balanced class. This is a competitive process, and applications are accepted on a rolling basis through the end of April.

We invite you to attend this information session and consider applying online for Summer 2017.

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Kegler Brown Reception in Cleveland on 1/23- still accepting RSVPs – please consider attending!

Monday, January 23, 2017
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association

Join us on Monday, January 23, at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, as we celebrate the impact of cultural diversity on the Cleveland legal community.

At this reception, you will have the chance to meet Kegler Brown attorneys network with other law school students and learn more about the diversity initiatives that have become so important to our firm, including the Managing Directors’ Diversity Initiative, the Women Lawyers’ Initiative, the Diversity + Inclusion Committee and our Kegler Brown Diversity Scholarship program.

Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served throughout the event as we toast to our continued commitment to achieving diversity at all levels of our organization.

For questions, please contact Jenna Nistelbeck, Director of Human Resources.
Kindly RSVP via e-mail the Human Resources department at hr@keglerbrown.com ASAP!

Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
Conference Center
1375 East 9th Street, Floor 2
Cleveland, OH 44114

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Summer Internship with Office of Civil Rights, US Dept. of Education

Cleveland, OH – Summer 2017 Legal Interns – U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Civil Rights (OCR)
AkronLawJobs No. 7966 Overview: Seeking 1 – 2 full-time volunteer legal interns for the summer of 2017. Start date is flexible but may begin as early as May 8, 2017.
Duties: Must commit to a 12-week internship with OCR. Will participate in casework and legal research relating to a variety of OCR areas of practice.
Qualifications: 1L, 2L, Should show strong written and verbal communication skills, as well as initiative and commitment.
Funding: Students are highly encouraged to seek public interest fellowship funds for the internship. Questions on this? Contact Alisa Benedict O’Brien at ab139@uakron.edu or stop in Law 110. Or, go this page for information http://www.uakron.edu/law/curriculum/extern-register.dot
How to apply: E-mail your resume, cover letter and writing sample to Traci Ext, Regional Chief Attorney at Traci.Ext@ed.gov.
Deadline: February 15th

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Spring 2017 Public Interest Application now open

Students interested in applying for a Spring 2017 Public Interest Law award should begin thinking now about securing a placement for their spring PIL work experience. The Public Interest Law Program supports and encourages those students who would like to gain experience in public interest areas. Recent local placements have included:
Cleveland Homeless Legal Assistance Program
Community Legal Aid Services of Akron
City of Canton, Public Safety and Service Departments
Mahoning County Prosecutor

National Labor Relations Board

Ninth District Court of Appeals

OhioCivil Rights Commission U.S. Attorney’s Office
Stark County Public Defender’s Office
Stow Law Department
Summit County Prosecutor
University of Akron Legal Clinic/Appellate Review Office
U.S. Attorney’s Office
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
If you think you would like to obtain a public interest internship, but have no idea how to line up a placement, please feel
free to call upon Asst. Dean of Career Planning, Alisa Benedict O’Brien.
The deadline to submit your application for SPRING 2017 PIL funding is Monday, January 23 at 12:00 Noon. You must secure a public interest placement before submitting your application. Visit HERE for application materials and more information.

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