We are looking for a top grad for employment in a small firm that concentrates in criminal and civil litigation. The work provides a hands on approach to the law, with an opportunity to shape policy. Particularly in the area of criminal appeals. The work will be challenging and fun. The office will not provide all of the trappings of a big firm, but you will be in a position to really make a mark for yourself and the issues that you work on.
This can really be an opportunity for an entrepreneurial student with excellent credentials.
Resumes can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org Previous Federal Law Clerk experience would be great.
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ToTransferOrNot wrote:At a minimum, you're going to need to tell people where your firm is located in order to get any responses.
It's scary what one can find with a gmail address. My guess this is the OP http://www.linkedin.com/pub/mitchell-mackler/3/a65/477
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