Moritz Fellows FAQ
Fellowship positions are for graduating law students of the Moritz College of Law.
Fellowship positions are posted on the College’s Symplicity system beginning in the first semester of a student’s third year and continue as received through graduation.
The number of fellowship positions will vary from year to year. Each year new corporate partners are introduced to the program and current partners evaluate their staffing needs. The program aims to have 10 to 15 fellowship positions annually.
Yes. Corporate partners pay the salary of Moritz fellows.
If you accept a Moritz Corporate Fellowship, you are expected to fulfill your obligation to the corporation. The specific times will be discussed between you and the corporate partner, but each fellowship is expected to last twelve months.
Corporate Partners FAQ
Much like a judicial clerkship, a corporate fellowship lasts for one year. The specific start and end dates will be discussed and agreed to by the corporation and the fellow.
After a fellowship position is posted within the Moritz College of Law on the College’s Symplicity system, according to criteria established by the corporation in consultation with Moritz’s Office of Career Development, corporate partners select candidates to interview and proceed with a typical hiring process. Corporate partners have sole discretion as to whom they hire.
Yes. Corporate fellows are paid by the corporations that hire them at a level commensurate with service as a fellow.
Recent Moritz Corporate Fellowship Program partners include: American Electric Power, DSW, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Honda North America, L Brands, Key Bank, Nationwide Insurance, OhioHealth, Schottenstein Property Group, Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, The Sherwin-Williams Company, and The Wendy’s Company.