Cleveland, OH – NASA
Interested in interning/externig this summer with NASA in Cleveland? Attorneys from NASA will be here on Monday, February 29th to interview 1Ls and 2Ls for summer internships. This opportunity is available for course credit or public interest funding.
You must apply on Symplicity/AkronLawJobs. The opportunity can be found under your “OCI” tab. Deadline to apply is February 19th by 3:00 PM.
Questions? Contact Career Planning: firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Akron, OH – Student Intern – paid – University of Akron School of Law Expungement Clinic
AkronLawJobs No. 7079 Overview: Hiring ONE paid student to start AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. The Expungement Clinic helps low-income residents with the court process to seal the record of their criminal convictions. A sealed record allows better access to employment and housing and removes the stigma associated with a criminal conviction.
Duties: Representing clients. Training new volunteers. Communicating with clients. Conducting community presentations. Provide administrative support for the program.
Qualifications: 1L, 2L, 3L. Must be willing to commit 5 hours per week. Students who are eligible for a legal intern certificate will appear in court and represent clients at the expungement hearings.
How to apply: Submit resume to email@example.com
Deadline: February 17, 2016
Canton, OH – Allen Schulman & Associates – Law Clerk
AkronLawJobs No. 7074 Overview: LAW CLERK NEEDED IN DOWNTOWN CANTON PERSONAL INJURY LAW FIRM.
NEEDS GOOD WRITING SKILLS, RESEARCH SKILLS AND OUTGOING AND COMPASSIONATE PERSONALITY.
WRITING SAMPLE TO BE SUBMITTED WITH RESUME.
2Ls and 3Ls – submit resume and writing sample to Ms. Beth Fete, Office Manager,
Cleveland, OH – Summer Law Clerk – Transactional – Thompson Hine LLP — Resume Collection
AkronLawJobs No. 7051 Overview: Thompson Hine LLP seeks a 2L for a transactional-focused summer clerkship in its Cleveland Office. The summer law clerk will work with members of the Corporate Transactions and Securities and Real Estate practice groups.
Qualifications: 2L with outstanding academic credentials (preferably with coursework in such areas as business associations, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, corporate governance, real estate finance / transactions, federal income tax, secured transactions, and bankruptcy). Excellent drafting and research skills. The ability to take on materials responsibility and interact directly with clients at an early stage. The drive to inspire client confidence and foster strong client relationships. A strong work ethic and independent discipline plus an interest in a career as a transactional attorney.
How to apply: Send your resume, cover letter and transcript to Director O’Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: February 6, 2016
Cleveland, OH – Summer Law Clerk – Employee Benefits & Executive Comp. – Thompson Hine – Resume Collection
AkronLawJobs No. 7052 Overview: Seeking a 2L for a summer clerkship in the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation practice group.
Qualifications: 2L; Excellent academic credentials (preferably with coursework in areas such as federal income tax, executive compensation, retirement planning, and executive compensation benefits); Outstanding drafting and research skills; The ability to take on material responsibility and interact with clients at an early stage; A strong work ethic; and the desire to pursue a career in Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation law are required.
How to apply: Send your Resume, Cover letter and Transcript to Director O’Brien at email@example.com
Deadline: February 6, 2016
Legal Aid of West Virginia seeks summer fellows! Selected Fellows are eligible for the following two Fellowship options if they complete 300 hours of service for the Project in our Logan and Lewisburg offices by August 31, 2016:
There are two possibilities for student stipends.
• Receive $4,000 stipend for 8-10 weeks of service, no service hour minimum. If a law student selects this option, he/she will have the option to request unlimited additional outside funding.
• Receive $4,000 stipend for 8-10 weeks of service amounting to at least 300 hours and add a $1,212 Segal Education Award through the AmeriCorps JD program. If a law student selects this option, he/she may request no more than $300 in additional outside funding.
You must apply through the website: http://rurallegalcorps.org/. If you are interested, please also let Director O’Brien know so that she can make a referral. Thank you!Read More