Still seeking paid summer clerkships? See below.

Akron, OH – Law Clerk – Scanlon & Elliot
AkronLawJobsNo. 11654: 
Seeking a law clerk to begin immediately and gain hands-on training in a variety of practice areas, including trial work!
Qualifications: 2L, 3L or Recent Grad
How to Apply: E-mail your resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Susan Hamlin-Scanlon at SHamlin@scanlon.law. Please include your availability to work (days/times). The email subject must say LAW CLERK. 
Deadline: ASAP

Akron, OH – Law Clerk – City of Akron Law Department

Law Clerk – City of Akron Prosecutor’s Office:

Prepares legal arguments including established precedents in cases involving the City of Akron.  Does legal research and prepares legal briefs.  Locates and interviews witnesses.  Files required legal documents with the governmental agency involved in the court action.  Obtains necessary documents from involved agency as required for proper, adequate court action.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Currently enrolled in an accredited law school and must possess a Legal Intern Certificate or be eligible to obtain it (59 or more law school credits; rising 3Ls )

Knowledge of interrelationships of government agencies.

Ability to present concise logical arguments orally and in writing.

Law Clerks are requested to work 28 hours per week and specified working hours for the Prosecutor’s Office are below:

Monday         12:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Tuesday         8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday   8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday       8:00 am – 4:30 pm

This schedule can be flexible! Candidates must meet the qualifications and requirements listed in the announcement at the time of examination and at the time of appointment.

Please apply here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/akron/jobs/3005029/law-clerk?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Deadline: ASAP; applications reviewed on a rolling basis.

Medina, OH – Erb Legal, LLC – Law Clerk:

Fulltime summer law clerk needed. Prefer full time in fall but can work around your schedule. Involved in all aspects of litigation. Writing. Working cases. Perfect for someone that wants hands on experience. Open to rising 2L or 3L.

Email your resume to: Tom@erblegal.com

Deadline: June 30, 2021

UNIVERSITY OF AKRON SCHOOL OF LAW FALL 2021 IN-PERSON LEARNING AND TEACHING POLICIES

The following are the policies regarding teaching and learning at the School of Law for the Fall 2021 semester.  These policies are subject to change if necessary due to public health conditions, government regulations or guidelines, University regulations or policies, accreditation requirements, or other factors.

Student learning.  For any course listed as in-person on the schedule, students will be required to attend class in person unless the UA Office of Accessibility has granted an accommodation that allows them to take classes online.  Students seeking an accommodation should contact the Office of Accessibility (https://www.uakron.edu/access/, access@uakron.edu, 330-972-7928).  Instructors may make limited exceptions for pedagogical reasons or to accommodate temporary circumstances such as illness; however, instructors should consult with Associate Dean Emily Janoski-Haehlen (ejanoskihaehlen@uakron.edu) to verify consistency with accreditation standards and school policy.

Faculty teaching.  The administration will determine the delivery mode of each course in consultation with the faculty member.  For courses offered on an in-person basis, instructors will be required to teach in person unless the UA Office of Human Resources has granted an ADA accommodation that allows them to teach online. Associate Dean Emily Janoski-Haehlen (ejanoskihaehlen@uakron.edu) may grant limited exceptions for pedagogical reasons or to accommodate temporary circumstances such as illness.

UNIVERSITY OF AKRON SCHOOL OF LAW FALL 2021 IN-PERSON LEARNING AND TEACHING POLICIES

The following are the policies regarding teaching and learning at the School of Law for the Fall 2021 semester.  These policies are subject to change if necessary due to public health conditions, government regulations or guidelines, University regulations or policies, accreditation requirements, or other factors.

Student learning.  For any course listed as in-person on the schedule, students will be required to attend class in person unless the UA Office of Accessibility has granted an accommodation that allows them to take classes online.  Students seeking an accommodation should contact the Office of Accessibility (https://www.uakron.edu/access/, access@uakron.edu, 330-972-7928).  Instructors may make limited exceptions for pedagogical reasons or to accommodate temporary circumstances such as illness; however, instructors should consult with Associate Dean Emily Janoski-Haehlen (ejanoskihaehlen@uakron.edu) to verify consistency with accreditation standards and school policy.

Faculty teaching.  The administration will determine the delivery mode of each course in consultation with the faculty member.  For courses offered on an in-person basis, instructors will be required to teach in person unless the UA Office of Human Resources has granted an ADA accommodation that allows them to teach online. Associate Dean Emily Janoski-Haehlen (ejanoskihaehlen@uakron.edu) may grant limited exceptions for pedagogical reasons or to accommodate temporary circumstances such as illness.

UNIVERSITY OF AKRON SCHOOL OF LAW FALL 2021 IN-PERSON LEARNING AND TEACHING POLICIES

The following are the policies regarding teaching and learning at the School of Law for the Fall 2021 semester.  These policies are subject to change if necessary due to public health conditions, government regulations or guidelines, University regulations or policies, accreditation requirements, or other factors.

Student learning.  For any course listed as in-person on the schedule, students will be required to attend class in person unless the UA Office of Accessibility has granted an accommodation that allows them to take classes online.  Students seeking an accommodation should contact the Office of Accessibility (https://www.uakron.edu/access/, access@uakron.edu, 330-972-7928).  Instructors may make limited exceptions for pedagogical reasons or to accommodate temporary circumstances such as illness; however, instructors should consult with Associate Dean Emily Janoski-Haehlen (ejanoskihaehlen@uakron.edu) to verify consistency with accreditation standards and school policy.

Faculty teaching.  The administration will determine the delivery mode of each course in consultation with the faculty member.  For courses offered on an in-person basis, instructors will be required to teach in person unless the UA Office of Human Resources has granted an ADA accommodation that allows them to teach online. Associate Dean Emily Janoski-Haehlen (ejanoskihaehlen@uakron.edu) may grant limited exceptions for pedagogical reasons or to accommodate temporary circumstances such as illness.

Law Clerk openings!

Akron, OH – Law Clerk – Scanlon & Elliot
AkronLawJobsNo. 11654:
Seeking a law clerk to begin immediately and gain hands-on training in a variety of practice areas, including trial work!
Qualifications: 2L, 3L or Recent Grad
How to Apply: E-mail your resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Susan Hamlin-Scanlon at SHamlin@scanlon.law. Please include your availability to work (days/times). The email subject must say LAW CLERK. 
Deadline: ASAP

Akron, OH – Law Clerk – City of Akron Law Department

Law Clerk – City of Akron Prosecutor’s Office:

Prepares legal arguments including established precedents in cases involving the City of Akron.  Does legal research and prepares legal briefs.  Locates and interviews witnesses.  Files required legal documents with the governmental agency involved in the court action.  Obtains necessary documents from involved agency as required for proper, adequate court action.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Currently enrolled in an accredited law school and must possess a Legal Intern Certificate or be eligible to obtain it (59 or more law school credits; rising 3Ls )

Knowledge of interrelationships of government agencies.

Ability to present concise logical arguments orally and in writing.

Law Clerks are requested to work 28 hours per week and specified working hours for the Prosecutor’s Office are below:

Monday         12:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Tuesday         8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday   8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday       8:00 am – 4:30 pm

This schedule can be flexible! Candidates must meet the qualifications and requirements listed in the announcement at the time of examination and at the time of appointment.

Please apply here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/akron/jobs/3005029/law-clerk?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Deadline: ASAP; applications reviewed on a rolling basis.