State Clerkship in PA – open to May grads! Application details below.

Chambersburg, PA – Judicial Law Clerk for Judge Jeremiah Zook – 39th Judicial District of PA

AkronLawJobs No. 9939 Overview: Judge Jeremiah D. Zook of the Court of Common Pleas of the 39th Judicial District of Pennsylvania is accepting applications for the position of a judicial law clerk. This is a minimum one (1) year appointment, beginning in August 2019. The Court sits primarily in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, with obligations to Fulton County, Pennsylvania, as a combined judicial district.

The overall objective of the job: To assist the Courts of Franklin County by conducting legal research and drafting opinions, memorandums and correspondence; and to assist with other professional legal duties.

Duties: Researches, interprets and applies laws, court decisions and other legal authorities in preparation of written judicial opinions and legal memoranda. Reviews and screens court documents presented to the judge, and assists in solving problems regarding cases and issues before the court. Assists Judges with legal correspondence. Interprets new legal rulings and procedures. Interacts with other internal departments and attorneys frequently in carrying out work duties. Attends pre-trial conferences as required. Takes notes during hearings before the courts. Attends seminars, training, and meetings as required. Assists in answering the phone or other clerical department duties as required. Performs other job-related duties as required.

Qualifications: JD or a 3L in anticipation of a Spring 2019 graduation. If a 3L you should plan on sitting for the summer 2019 state bar exam.

Salary: Starting salary of $46,543. Benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance, plus paid time off. Work 37.5 hours per week. Law Clerks may be subject to irregular hours of work as required by the Court, i.e., proceedings beyond normal working hours, imminent decision deadlines, etc.

How to Apply:  Send your resume, a writing sample, list of references with contact information, and law school transcripts to: Ms. Tammy Duncan – Judicial Assistant; Chambers of the Honorable Jeremiah D. Zook; Franklin County Court of Common Pleas; 157 Lincoln Way East; Chambersburg, PA 17201.
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Deadline:  March 8, 2019

Fort Lauderdale, FL – Summer 2019 Volunteer Summer Internship – Legal Aid Service of Broward County

AkronLawJobs No. 9942 Overview: The two Greater Fort Lauderdale-area Legal Aid offices, Legal Aid Services of Broward County and Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, are accepting applications for VOLUNTEER INTERNSHIPS for Summer, 2019.

The mission of these programs is to provide high-quality free civil legal advice, representation, and education to the disadvantaged of Broward County. Service areas include, but are not limited to, housing, children’s, consumer, immigration, public benefits, family, tax, senior citizens, domestic violence, homeless, veterans law, and special projects, including major litigation and education/employment. For more information on the wide variety of programs and legal services offered, please visit

Duties: Will provide assistance to benefit the low-income community in Broward County; and Possible tasks include client interviews, drafting pleadings and memoranda, and legal research.

Qualifications: 1L, 2L.

Please note: This internship is unpaid. Applicants are encouraged to research any fellowship opportunities through their law school to possibly fund the internship.

How to Apply: Send your Resume, Cover Letter, Writing Sample, and Unofficial Transcripts to:
Debra Koprowski, Director of Advocacy at and
Chanel Winter, Esq. Pro Bono Coordinator at cwinter@legalaid.,org. You must send your materials to the two persons at two different e-mails.
Deadline:  March 8, 2019

Louisville, KY – Summer 2019 Internship Program – U.S. Dept. of Justice Exec. Office of Immigration Review

AkronLawJobs No. 9925 Overview: The Louisville Immigration Court is soliciting internship applications for SUMMER 2019. Prior knowledge of immigration law is preferred but not necessary.

Duties: Issues commonly before the Court include asylum eligibility, cancellation of removal, and motions to dismiss or terminate. The types of projects assigned to legal interns vary depending on the Court’s docket, and will entail: Research and preparation of memoranda on complex legal issues; Drafting decisions on motions pending before the Court; and Drafting decisions on applications for relief from removal. This internship offers an excellent opportunity to develop research, writing, and analytical skills. Legal interns will work under the supervision of the Court’s clerks, but will also have interaction with individual Immigration judges.

Salary: This is an UNPAID/VOLUNTEER position. However, students may be eligible for academic credit or work-study funding. Students interested in receiving credit or work-study funding should contact the appropriate person at their law school to determine their eligibility.

Time Commitment: The internship is full-time and interns are expected to be available for 10-12 weeks.

Qualifications: 1L or 2L. Must be United States citizens.

How to Apply: Submit a detailed cover letter, resume, official or unofficial law school transcript, list of three references with their contact information, and writing sample OF NO MORE THAN TEN PAGES.
The writing sample should be an original piece of work that provides evidence of the candidate’s skills in legal analysis and writing and has not been heavily edited by a third party. An excerpt of a longer piece is acceptable.
Please e-mail completed application packets to: Jennifer Nelson, Attorney Advisor,  Electronic submissions only

Deadline:  February 15, 2019

Canton, OH – Summer 2019 Intern – Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., L.P.A. Resume Collection

Hiring Criteria: 1L. Require: Dynamic and accomplished law students to join our multi-discipline legal organization. Have four offices, including offices in Canton and Akron. Must be interested in practicing law in northeast Ohio upon graduation and be willing to commit to a minimum of 10 weeks of full-time work in 2019.

Duties: Will include real world legal experiences and duties over the course of the summer program.

How to Apply: E-mail your materials to Dean O’Brien at Include your Resume, Law School Unofficial Transcripts, and Cover letter addressed to Michael Bogdan, Esq., Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., L.P.A., 4775 Munson Street NW, Canton, OH 44718

Deadline: February 21, 2019

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Canton, OH – Summer 2019 – Tzangas, Plakas, Mannos
Hiring Criteria: 1L, Prefer top 33% class rank, Moot Court/Mock Trial, and Law Journal.
Apply through Symplicity. Upload your cover letter, resume, and unofficial law school transcript. Address your cover letter to Maria Klutinoty Edwards, Tzangas, Plakas, Mannos, Inc., 220 Market Avenue South, Eighth Floor, Canton, OH 44702
Deadline: February 6, 2019