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|Top Message||Both current Ohio State employees and the general public may apply for this unclassified professional position.|
|Message to Applicants|
|Number of Positions Available||1|
|University Title||Intern - NE|
|Working Title||Moritz Fellow|
|Department||Legal Affairs Admin|
|Summary of Duties||
The Office of Legal Affairs, under the direction of the Senior Vice President and General Counsel, provides legal representation and advice to the University and all of its constituent parts, including the Board of Trustees, the President, Wexner Medical Center, Office of Academic Affairs, Student Life, Athletics, Human Resources, Business and Finance, among many others.
As one of the largest universities in the nation, Ohio State is a multifaceted and sophisticated institution, with a high-level and leading-edge legal practice that touches nearly every area of law, including litigation, labor and employment law, constitutional law, civil rights law, construction and public contracting, intellectual property, business transactions, real estate, tax and benefits, public safety and criminal law matters, immigration law, sports law, administrative law, health care law, and privacy matters.
The Moritz Fellows work directly with lawyers in the Office of Legal Affairs. These lawyers know the importance of one-on-one training and mentoring, and we work hard to make sure that each year’s fellows hone the research, writing, and critical legal-thinking skills that are essential for future success in the legal profession.
Among other modes of engaging in the variety of issues the office handles, our Moritz Fellows participate alongside our lawyers in client meetings around the University, discussions with government agencies and regulators, court and administrative proceedings, and conferences.
The lawyers within the Office of Legal Affairs come from accomplished backgrounds in private practice and public service and are recognized across the state and around the country for their excellence and expertise.
Up to three Moritz Fellows will be selected. These positions are one (1) year appointments.
|Additional Information for Applicants:|
|Pre Employment Screening||Requires the successful completion of a background check.|
The successful candidate must have graduated from an accredited law school and be a member of the Ohio bar or eligible to practice law in the State of Ohio within one year or less. In evaluating applications, we look for strong academic records, and particularly for strong writing and analytic aptitude. All Moritz Fellows are expected to work at the highest professional level with integrity, excellent judgment, attention to detail, and discretion, and to demonstrate the highest personal and leadership characteristics of teamwork, inclusiveness, calmness, and adaptability to a broad range of issues, people, and situations.
|Target Salary||$30.05 Hourly|
|Job Category||Administrative and Professional|
|Job Appointment (FTE%)||
|Temporary or Regular||Term|
|Posting Start Date||11/18/2017|
|Posting End Date||11/26/2017|
|Dept Contact Name||Meadows,Keith Ryan|
|Dept Contact Phone||614/292-7593|
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