4L, or recent graduates. Able to work 20-25 hours per week. (Possibly 29 hours
some weeks.) Must live in Medina or within a close radius. Able to start as
soon as possible.
How to Apply:
E-mail your resume and cover letter to Ellen Craddock at email@example.com
Deadline: April 30, 2019
Free professional dress men’s
clothing items are available for UA students, faculty and staff on Wednesday,
April 24, and Thursday, April 25, in Jean Hower Taber Student Union 308 between
11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Thanks to a generous alumna,
who donated an entire wardrobe of menswear to the University, items such as
leather belts, dress shirts, blazers, entire suits and more than 200 neckties
are available for free.
For more information, please
contact ZipAssist at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 7272.
AkronLawJobs No. 10129 Overview: The Legal Intern
will work with members of the legal department to provide assistance and
support on a broad range of legal matters affecting day-to-day business operations.
This individual reports to the Senior Litigation Counsel. The role is
required to assist on a day-to-day basis on general corporate, litigation,
regulatory, employment, commercial contract and IP matters that arise for
Lincoln Electric and its global subsidiaries.
Duties: Assistance with
legal projects on a variety of subjects, including litigation, regulatory,
employment, IP, commercial contract and general corporate. Conduct
research of legal issues. Prepare initial drafts of legal documents or
correspondence. Assist with discovery in litigation, employment and IP matters.
Qualifications: 1L, 2L, PT 3L.
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills; ability to collaborate
across the organization on issues with a sense of urgency. High level of
competency with the Microsoft Office software package. Ability to search SEC
and corporate filings. Ability to work with legal counsel in non-US
jurisdictions on various matters. Ability to research legal issues and analyze
How to Apply: Apply HERE and upload
your resume, cover letter, and writing sample.
Deadline: May 16, 2019
*Expungement Clinic Seeking Student Volunteers*
The Expungement Clinic helps low-income Summit County residents seal the record of their criminal convictions. A sealed record enables many people better access to jobs, housing, and volunteer opportunities. Students will learn integral skills in the legal field including record searches, reading court dockets, completing applications to file with the court, and interviewing real clients.
Saturday, April 20, 2019
9 a.m. to Noon
House of Lord
1650 Diagonal Road, Akron, OH 44320
All hours qualify as ProBono of Limited Means.
There will be a mandatory training session on Friday, April 19, 2019 from 4:30-5:30pmin the Law School Room 301. (You may need to attend training if you have not been trained in the recent changes in Ohio’s expungement law). You will need a laptop for training and the Clinic.
students or questions please RSVP to Jennifer Lattaker at email@example.com.