Legal Intern, Summer 2020
The intern will be responsible for drafting letters, reports, memorandums, presentations, and basic contracts; data analysis and review; and interacting with other departments to help complete tasks, resolve issues, or improve processes and procedures. Should be entering into at least second year of an accredited law school program.
Associate Director Legal
Responsibilities: Provide research and analysis with respect to issues or problems assigned by department management. Reviewing and drafting contracts applicable to the Company’s business. Perform in-depth research, analysis and monitoring of federal and state laws, rules and regulations, within both the securities and the investment advisory area, and assist in ensuring operations are working within the scope of said laws, rules and regulations....
Associate Attorney — Estate Planning & Administration
The candidate should have 3–4 years drafting experience with wills and trusts. Must be able to manage a challenging workload within a collaborative and fast-paced environment. Excellent academic credentials and the ability to concisely and effectively communicate complex matters in oral and written form are required. Candidates should be admitted to The Virginia Bar. LL.M in Tax or CPA preferred. Prior experience wo...
The candidate should have 3+ years’ experience with wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, and other estate planning documents. It is essential that the candidate be well organized and possess excellent grammar, proofreading, and writing skills. Candidate should be highly proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat. The successful candidate will type 75+ words per minute and have the ability to multi-task, priorit...
Law Student Intern/Volunteer
The intern will be interviewing and advising clients. Intern will be organizing files. Conducting legal research. Drafting letters and papers. Conducting, observing and participating in court and administrative hearings. Currently attending an ABA accredited law school are considered. Must have good organizational, research and writing skills. Able to easily use computers (Web browsing, word processing, and file management) is required. Must be...
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Assistant County Attorney
The candidate will be responsible for prosecuting indictable charges, which include misdemeanor and felony cases, in Wapello County. Will be responsible for the magistrate court docket on a rotating basis. The responsibility of the simple misdemeanor/magistrate court docket is shared among all the attorneys in the office, and will only be responsible for handling magistrate court approximately one morning per week. Previous criminal trial and pros...
The candidate will focus on public benefits, housing, health care, domestic violence & family, education, employment, individual rights, consumer protection, and collateral consequences. Provide direct legal services and community legal education to eligible clients. Providing advice or limited services to full representation before administrative agencies and courts. Must be graduates of law school and licensed to practice law, be eligible for admission on...
The candidate will focus primarily on intake, it may include other responsibilities based on need and capabilities. Will provide support and assistance to staff attorneys as they provide free legal assistance and community legal education to low-income people. Conduct initial client screening and/or intake including entry of Pika intake information, assessment of financial eligibility and conflict status, and formulating the nature of the client's legal pr...
Rural Summer Legal Corps Fellow
The Fellow will focus on two types of work and provide direct civil legal assistance to rural clients, working on the broad range of important issues that fall within organization's priorities. These issues include domestic abuse and family law; housing law (evictions, foreclosures, and other landlord-tenant problems); utility shut-offs; consumer matters;
expungements; community economic development; and elder law. Will also work with assig...