May 6, 2010


Also in this month's SideBar...


›› Phil Halley 81: Wisconsin Top Ten Super Lawyer
›› Lloyd Pierre-Louis '97

Law School News...

›› Despite Tough Job Market, Moritz Students Still Having Success
›› Career Services Announces New Program to Benefit Students and Employers
›› Ohio State Law Alumnus Nominated for Statue
›› More Moritz News


›› Flash Mob at Ohio Union
›› Ohio Union Alumni Event - April 14
›› Moot Court Photos
›› 12 & High


›› Google Launches Government Requests Tool
›› Moritz 'On the Record'

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›› Update Contact Information

Career Services Announces New Program to Benefit Students and Employers

Career Services is launching a new initiative, Moritz Short-term Assistance Registry (STAR). STAR is designed to provide private-sector employers with a pool of qualified second- and third-year students and graduates from the class of 2010 to hire for assistance with short-term projects. The intent of the program is to provide students and recent graduates interested in firm or corporate counsel work an opportunity to obtain some practice experience. Such projects may include

  • Document review
  • Research and writing
  • Updating state regulation records 
  • Assisting with writing articles or updating firm newsletters
  • Updating firm web site
  • Filing court documents

We encourage alumni to participate in this new program. All of our participating students are well qualified to meet your needs. However, you may indicate on the application form whether you prefer to pick a candidate or to be assigned a student or graduate based on their stated area of interest and availability for the assignment.

To become a STAR employer, please complete the application. Completed applications and any questions should be directed to Linda Jones, co-director of the Moritz Career Services office at or (614) 688-8669.

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