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Court of Appeals of Ohio First Appellate District - Deputy Court Administrator

JOB PURPOSE: Responsible for court operations and court administration.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION:

Under the direction and supervision of the Court Administrator, work collaboratively with the administrative staff in performing a variety of management and administrative functions for the overall operation of the Court.

  1. Assists in the court’s daily operations, including processing motions and other filings submitted to the court.
  2. Responsible for assisting the court administrator in budgetary matters, including the preparation of county and state budget reports.
  3. Assist court administrator in approving leave requests and timesheets for employees.
  4. Recommend action on procedural motions filed with the court.
  5. Interface with judges, Supreme Court of Ohio, court administrators and assistant court administrators around the state, and the bar association. Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
  6. Respond to legal and procedural inquiries by judges and staff attorneys.
  7. Answer questions by litigants, pro se litigants, and the general public concerning procedures.
  8. Responsible for hosting and coordinating remote oral arguments for the Court via Zoom.
  9. Conduct mediation conferences with parties when requested.
  10. Assist Court Administrator in devising and implementing projects to improve court operations and efficiencies.
  11. Perform other such duties assigned by the court administrator or the court.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, with 5 years experience preferred. Prior management or other court or governmental experience preferred.

COURT EXPECTATIONS OF EMPLOYEE: In completing the duties and responsibilities of the position, the court expects the deputy administrator will adhere to all court policies, guidelines, practices and procedures; act as a role model both inside and outside the court; exhibit a professional manner in dealing with others; and work to maintain constructive working relationships. In addition, the court expects the deputy administrator to maintain a positive and respectful approach with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the court. Further, the court expects the deputy administrator to demonstrate flexible and efficient time management, the ability to prioritize workload, exceptional organizational and problem-solving abilities, and to communicate regularly with the court administrator about work-related issues.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of references by email to Jennifer Hammock at jhammock@cms.hamilton-co.org and fadcoaoh@gmail.com. The position will remain open until filled.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:

The State of Ohio, the Supreme Court of Ohio, and the First District Court of Appeals are all Equal Employment Opportunity Employers and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin (ancestry), military status, disability, age (40 years or older), genetic information, sexual orientation, or caregiver status, in making employment-related decisions about an individual.

The Supreme Court of Ohio and the First District Court of Appeals are both equal employment opportunity employers that support an alcohol and drug-free, and a weapons and violence free, work environment. 

Background Check Information

The final candidate selected for the position will be required to undergo a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug test. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position. An individual assessment of an applicant's prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.

Vice President and General Counsel

Miami University invites nominations and applications for the position of Vice President and General Counsel.

Miami University, ranked as a Top 50 National Public University, is one of the oldest public universities in the country, chartered in 1809 and welcoming its first students in 1824. Deemed as an inaugural Public Ivy institution, Miami University maintains that esteemed distinction today as a highly respected public institution of higher education that is recognized for outstanding undergraduate education and selective graduate and research programs. Deeply committed to student success, Miami builds strong student and alumni loyalty and empowers its students, faculty, and staff to become engaged citizens who use their knowledge and skills with integrity and compassion to improve the future of our global society. Miami effectively combines a wide range of strong academic programs with faculty who love to teach and the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller institutions.

Miami University seeks an innovative, resourceful, hands-on, and collaborative leader to serve as its next Vice President and General Counsel (General Counsel). The General Counsel is responsible for the coordination and supervision of all legal matters involving the Board of Trustees as well as all officers and employees acting on behalf of the University and its affiliated entities. The Office of General Counsel is responsible for providing legal advice and consultation on legal-policy issues, supervising litigation involving the University, and providing a wide range of legal services in the areas of employment and benefits, immigration, contracts, student affairs, real estate, and intellectual property. In addition, the General Counsel serves as the chief ethics officer. Reporting both to the Board of Trustees and the President, the General Counsel also serves on the President’s Executive Committee.

The preferred candidate will have a law degree earned from an American Bar Association-accredited law school, admission to the practice of law in Ohio (or the eligibility to be admitted promptly), substantial experience working as an attorney (preferably within a higher education institution), and a demonstrated record of success in leading a legal team.

For more information on the role, please visit the Storbeck Search website here.

The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications immediately. Requested application materials include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and a list of five professional references. Please submit submit materials or nominations to the following address: MiamiGeneralCounsel@storbecksearch.com

UNITED STATES TRUSTEE PROGRAM (USTP)- Trustee

The United States Trustee Program (USTP) is a litigating component of the Department of Justice whose mission is to promote the integrity and efficiency of the bankruptcy system for the benefit of all stakeholders―debtors, creditors, and the public. As a national program with 21 regions consisting of 90 field offices, the USTP has broad administrative, regulatory, and enforcement authorities in bankruptcy cases, including chapter 7 and 13 consumer cases and complex chapter 11 corporate reorganizations. The USTP is the only participant in the bankruptcy process uniquely positioned to address multi-jurisdictional misconduct or other issues of national scope that give rise to systemic fraud and abuse, while also effectively combatting local matters affecting the integrity of the bankruptcy system.

We invite you to visit the USTP’s Web site at www.justice.gov/ust; the Region 8 Web site at https://www.justice.gov/ust-regions-r08/region-8-western-district-kentucky; and the city of Louisville's Web site at https://louisvilleky.gov/

Our office places a high value on diversity of experiences and perspectives and encourages applications from all qualified individuals from all ethnic and racial backgrounds, veterans, LGBT individuals, and persons with disabilities.

Job Description:

The USTP is seeking an experienced attorney to fill the position of Assistant United States Trustee in Louisville, KY. The Louisville office is in Region 8 of the USTP and serves the Western District of Kentucky.

The Assistant United States Trustee leads the activities of the field office. Among the key duties are:

  • Overseeing the administration of bankruptcy cases filed under chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code;

  • Directingtheoffice’scivilenforcementactivitiestoaddressviolationsoftheBankruptcyCodeand Rules, including directing difficult, complex, or precedent setting cases;

  • Developing an effective criminal referral program and partnering with law enforcement to support the investigation and prosecution of bankruptcy and bankruptcy-related crimes in the district;

  • Supervisinglitigationinchapter11casestoensurecompliancewiththeBankruptcyCodeandRules, including as they relate to professional employment, conflicts of interest, professional and executive compensation, and financial accountability;

  • Overseeing and evaluating the activities of private trustees who handle the day-to-day administration of bankruptcy cases;

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  • Managing a staff of trial attorneys, auditors, paralegals, and support staff, including supervising work at the office and regional level in accordance with principles of shared staffing and functional consolidation;

  • Creatingaculturethatvalueshumanresourcesandthecontributionsnecessarytomaintaininga mission-driven focus;

  • Advising and partnering with the United States Trustee and headquarters on policy questions, legal issues of national importance arising in cases, and other significant matters and implementing policies and strategies designed to faithfully execute a uniform application of bankruptcy law; and

  • Fostering productive relationships with the private trustees, bankruptcy judges, bankruptcy clerks’ offices, and bankruptcy professionals within the district.

    Qualifications:

    Applicants must hold a J.D. degree from an accredited law school; be an active member in good standing of the bar (any U.S. jurisdiction); and have a least five (5) years of post-J.D. legal experience advocating on behalf of clients and interpreting and applying provisions of the United States Bankruptcy Code, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, and related laws, rules, and regulations that arise in bankruptcy cases. In addition, the most desirable candidates will possess:

  • Three or more years of management experience;

  • Excellent academic and professional credentials;

  • Superior oral and written communication skills;

  • Experience analyzing complex legal problems and developing litigation strategies;

  • Sound judgment and the ability to address and accurately articulate issues arising in a large volume

    of cases with minimal guidance;

  • Outstanding organizational skills;

  • The ability to set, manage, and balance diverse, evolving, and challenging projects and priorities;

  • Strong information technology skills, including using databases and IT systems to manage work;

  • Experience working with, or for, federal agencies; and,

  • A commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards.

    If selected for this position, official proof of a J.D. degree and bar membership (including certification of good standing) is required.

  • Salary:

    This is a full-time, career position and the salary is Administratively Determined (AD). Current salary ranges for Assistant United States Trustee range from $109,366 to $168,200 per annum, plus benefits. Experience will determine the salary.

 

To read more about this position please see Update Vacancy Announcement - Louisville.

Application Deadline: Monday, February 22, 2021. 

U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal Candidates for the S.D.O.H to the Biden Administration

Brown to Recommend Names for U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal Candidates for the Southern District of Ohio to the Biden Administration 

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) issued a call for applicants to fill critical law enforcement vacancies for Ohio’s Southern District, including U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal. Both positions are nominated by the President of the United States and must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Brown will be working to recommend candidates to the Biden Administration. The Southern District serves more than five million Ohioans in 48 counties. Candidates who are interested in either of the positions should submit their applications using the links below by Tuesday, February 16, 2021.

 

 

 

“Ohio is home to some of the best legal minds and law enforcement professionals,” said Brown. “As we work with the Biden administration to fill these vacancies in the Southern District, we are looking for experienced candidates with a commitment to equal justice and who have been involved in their communities. I urge Ohioans of all backgrounds to submit their application to serve as U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal.”

 

Brown’s recommendation for U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio and U.S. Marshal will be based on the advice from a selection commission, which will include a diverse group of community leaders, including members of legal and law enforcement communities. Each applicant will complete an extensive questionnaire, financial disclosure form, and leading candidates will interview with the commission. After interviews are completed, the commission will make recommendations to Brown.

Community Legal Aid - Summer Program

Community Legal Aid is looking for dedicated, hard-working, and public-interest minded students for its Summer Program. Legal Aid has opportunities available for 2L’s (with or without intern certificate) and 1L’s.  Law Students who are applying to participate in the Summer Associate Program are expected to work unpaid for at least 10 weeks. 

Attached you will find the position opportunities and program information for Law Students through our Summer Associate Program accordingly.  Please be advised that the Summer Associate session begins May 24, 2021 and will run for 10 weeks ending July 30, 2021.  

Interested students will need to visit our website (https://www.communitylegalaid.org/2021-summer-associate) and upload a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and references. 

 

Hamilton County - Administrative Team Leader/Juvenile Appellate Attorney
Requirements (Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification):
  • Admission to Ohio Bar pursuant to O.R.C. 4705.01; Completion of 24 credit hours of continuing legal education from an accredited program for applicable two-year reporting period pursuant to Rule X of the Rules for the Government of the Bar of Ohio; current certificate of registration in good standing pursuant to Rule VII of the Rules for the Government of the Bar of Ohio; five (5) years of experience as an attorney in Ohio; or equivalent.
Job Duties (Summary)
  • Consults with other attorneys in the division about delinquency cases in various ways, including but not limited to, strategies for trial, transfer hearings, competency hearings, sex offender registration hearings, and various pretrial motions (i.e., motions to suppress, motions in limine, etc.). Maintains and updates the Division motion bank stored in JPD as necessary. Maintains an ongoing knowledge of juvenile and criminal law, legislative activities, current policing and prosecuting procedure and other juvenile justice activities, including significant court decisions.  Manages all appellate client files; maintain client contact to communicate case progress; maintain system for closing client files. Attends meetings, roundtables, case reviews and seminars and may present at same; maintains legal records and performs other related duties as assigned.
  • Manages the division’s administrative support staff personnel which consist of three court specialists and one paralegal.  Management duties include, but are not limited to, communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring performance, developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards and performs other related duties as assigned.
  • Manages the division’s legal interns, which includes communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, teaching and mentoring, appraising job results and facilitating the completion of work assignments from division staff attorneys to division interns.
  •  
    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:  The following are necessary to perform the duties of this classification. Items with an * may be developed after employment.
  • Knowledge: Ohio and federal court systems, Ohio Appellate court systems; juvenile law (i.e., procedural and substantive); legal research methods, legal writing; legal or quasi-legal proceedings; employee supervision; employee training and development; Microsoft word, Westlaw, intern protocols; case management.
  • Skill: Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal; strong research and excellent legal writing; leadership and management; public speaking; ability to *effectively communicate with minor children; *working knowledge of substantive legal issues addressed by attorneys in the area juvenile justice; multi-tasking to meet deadlines.
  • Ability:  Deal with a large number or variables and determine specific course of action; problem solving; organize and interpret a variety of legal materials and communicate verbally and in writing regarding legal issues; handle sensitive contacts with government officials, adverse parties and/or general public; maintain client confidentiality; deliver speeches and/or presentations before general audience; establish and maintain effective working relationships with paralegal, support staff, attorneys, court personnel and subordinates; manage employees in a variety of supportive roles; mentor student interns;  maintain accurate records and reports and client files; collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions; proofread materials, identify errors and make corrections; work independently; interpret testimony of witnesses (both lay and expert); perform accurate work on time; maintain a wide range of documentation in an organized filing system; maintain personnel files; handle documents of a sensitive or confidential nature; exercise sound judgment; establish and develop attorney training materials; coordinate and improve attorney litigation.
Deadline to Apply:
January 25, 2021
 
Salary Range:
$34.15- $47.81 per hour
 
Please apply here
Hamilton County - Court Specialist 2 Felony Division Public Defender
Requirements (Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification):
  • High School diploma or GED with college level coursework and experience that evidences good computer, organizational and public relations skills; basic knowledge of office methods and practices; basic knowledge of criminal justice system. Must be available to work Saturday mornings and some Holidays.
Job Duties (Summary)
  • Prepares case file jackets, including production, retrieval, copying and organization and filing of court documents, confidential office documents, and confidential client information. 
  •  Assists staff trial attorneys in preparation and filing of routine court documents.
  •  Assists staff trial attorneys in routine client communication and correspondence
  • Assists with scanning, closing client files and further duties as may be determined 
  • Will participate in the rotation for the early morning Saturday and Holiday docket preparation and set-up, as well as recording the docket while the court is in session.
  • Will be required to become a Notary Public in the State of Ohio therefore must maintain Ohio residency. 
  • Performs complex and routine secretarial duties.  
  •  Attend Common Pleas arraignment on Thursday and Fridays to assist clients.  
  •  Will act as back up when necessary in preparing the docket for Common Pleas arraignment.
Knowledge of:
Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint computer applications; knowledge of office methods and practices; knowledge of criminal justice system, legal terminology and proceedings.
 
Skills In:
Organization; Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint computer applications; operation of modern office equipment (computer, copier, fax, etc.); public relations.
 
Ability To:
Perform accurate work in timely manner; exercise discretion in handling sensitive and confidential information; prepare and organize sensitive and confidential documentation and maintain it in an organized and easily accessible filing system; communicate effectively orally and in writing; develop and maintain professional working relationships with staff trial attorneys and office personnel, clients, and all agencies involved in the criminal justice system.
 
Deadline to Apply:
January 26, 2021
 
Salary Range:
$18.24 per hour
 
Please apply here
Hamilton County - Felony Trial Counsel (Public Defender)
Requirements (Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification):
  • Admission to Ohio Bar pursuant to Section 4705.01 or Revised Code; Completion of 24 credit hours of continuing legal education from accredited programs for applicable two-year reporting period pursuant to Rule X of Rules of Government of Bar of Ohio; current certificate of registration in good standing pursuant to Rule VII of Rules of Government of Bar of Ohio; three (3) year experience as attorney in Ohio.
Job Duties (Summary)
  • Responsible for felony trial caseload work to be determine.
  • Will maintain an office presence for other services as required.
  • Drafts legal documents and pleadings; takes depositions; reviews cases for feasibility of court or other legal action.
  • Conducts legal research of case and statutory law, state, and federal rules;  prepares legal briefs, memorandums and pleadings.
  • Attends meetings, roundtables and seminars and may present at same; maintains legal records;
  • Attends training as necessary; performs other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge of:
Law (i.e., procedural & substantive); Ohio and federal court system; legal research methods; legal writing; interviewing; federal and state regulations specific to assigned program; agency policies and procedures; legal or quasi-legal proceedings; spelling, punctuation and grammar; Internet protocols; case management.
 
Skill in:
Using legal research tools; use of case management software; organization; operation of modern office equipment (computer, copier, fax machine, etc.); writing, analyzing information; use of computer and Internet; public relations.
 
Ability to:
Deal with large number of variables and determine specific course of action; organize and interpret extensive variety of legal material in books, journals, or legal documents; communicate verbally and in writing regarding legal issues; handle sensitive contacts with government officials, adverse parties and/or general public; deliver speeches before general audience; establish and maintain effective working relationships with paralegals, staff, attorneys and court clerks; maintain accurate records, reports, document files and litigation notebooks; collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions; establish and develop paralegal training materials; coordinate and improve paralegal litigation; proofread materials, identify errors and make corrections; develop rapport with Police Officers, Law Enforcement Agencies, Government Agencies, victims, witnesses, defendants, general public, etc.; work independently; interpret testimony of witnesses on technical subjects; perform accurate work on time; maintain a wide range of documentation in an easily accessed filing system; handle documents of a sensitive or confidential nature; exercise sound judgment.
 
Salary Range:
$31.38- $39.10 per hour
 
Deadline to Apply:
January 25, 2021
 
Please apply here
Frost Brown Todd LLC - Litigation Associate

LITIGATION ASSOCIATE

The Cincinnati, Ohio office of Frost Brown Todd, a full-service AM Law 200 firm with more than 500 attorneys in 14 markets across 9 states, seeks an Associate with 5-7 years of litigation experience to join our Business Litigation Practice Group.  Experience would need to include taking depositions, preparing and arguing motions and briefs, managing complex discovery issues and managing cases and clients with minimal supervision.  A successful candidate will have some trial experience, strong writing and communication skills and federal court experience.  Class action experience is preferred.  Please visit our web page and use the “self-apply” feature at https://frostbrowntodd.com/careers/laterals/ to submit your application. Frost Brown Todd LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

Legal Aid Society - Advocacy Director

Community Legal Aid is seeking an Advocacy Director to join its executive leadership team. The Advocacy Director will be responsible for charting a new course for the organization’s litigation strategy and advocacy efforts.

This opportunity comes at an exciting time. In the last five years, Community Legal Aid has undergone an organizational transformation, starting with the first executive director transition in two decades, the installment of a new leadership team, fresh vision-mission-values statements, and an innovative strategic plan, and currently is undergoing a top-to-bottom organizational restructuring -- all designed to increase Legal Aid’s presence and impact in the communities it serves. The Advocacy Director will play an active role in bringing this transformation to its final phases and moving the organization forward.

The Advocacy Director will be a thought-leader not just within Community Legal Aid, but within the region more broadly, as well as in the national legal aid community. The successful candidate will be dedicated to fostering a culture of professionalism and ongoing development among Legal Aid’s advocacy team and will help shape the organization’s litigation legacy.

Advocacy Director Job Description

The Advocacy Director is responsible for leading the systemic and impact legal work of Community Legal Aid, managing the substantive Practice Groups to develop and maintain an aggressive advocacy agenda for the organization and assisting in the professional development of staff.

The Advocacy Director will work in close collaboration with the Deputy Director to ensure that organizational advocacy goals are reflected in the Project work plans. Although each of these positions will have primary responsibility for particular areas identified in their job descriptions, there will be areas of responsibility that will "overlap," such that regular conversation and cooperation between the persons holding each of these positions will be expected and required, ensuring that each may perform their job responsibilities most effectively.

The Advocacy Director must demonstrate excellent personnel, leadership, and administrative skills and show initiative, good judgment and have good legal skills. S/he/They must also be able to work effectively in a collaborative environment. Depending upon other assigned responsibilities, may be required to handle a very limited caseload, participate in community education activities, and supervise the legal work of managing attorneys, paralegals and/or other attorneys. S/he/They should have a competent familiarity with the legal issues facing marginalized populations and show a demonstrated interest in racial justice.          

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Attaining and maintaining a strong base of knowledge on issues of social justice that impact the communities Legal Aid serves;
  • Identifying strategies of systemic advocacy to address identified social justice issues.
  • Managing the work of the Practice Groups;
  • Leading all major litigation and appellate work engaged in by the organization;
  • Evaluating staff requests to pursue appeals or engage in major litigation for fit with organizational priorities and use of resources;
  • Ensuring staff stay current on changes and developments in substantive law and procedure in areas handled by advocates, including Rules of Court, Rules of Evidence, and Appellate Rules;
  • Serving as a legal resource for all staff;
  • Working with the Deputy Director to ensure that advocacy staff have the skills and resources necessary to provide high-quality legal work for clients;
  • Working with the Deputy Director to develop and implement substantive and skills development trainings for staff;
  • Recommending improvements in the advocacy delivery system and assisting in the implementation of those improvements;
  • Recommending expansion or contraction of services where appropriate;
  • With the Deputy Director, representing the organization in the Ohio Legal Aid litigation directors group;
  • Maintaining contacts and collaborating with other legal aid organizations throughout the state where appropriate;
  • Assisting the Executive Director or Director of Communications and Development in apprising funders, as requested, of significant organization legal activities;
  • Undertaking other related projects and duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director.

Experience and Qualifications:

  • A licensed attorney who is licensed to practice law in Ohio or is eligible for admission without examination;
  • Minimum of five years of legal experience. Individual should have substantial litigation experience including in federal court; and previous legal services experience or a demonstrated interest in addressing social justice issues.
  • Demonstrated leadership, supervisory, and administrative abilities.
  • Excellent legal skills and excellent written and oral communication skills, including

strong computer skills.

Reports to:    Executive Director

Location:        Akron, Canton or Youngstown. The Executive Director will work with the successful candidate to determine the home office for this position based on the candidate’s interests and the needs of Community Legal Aid.

Salary:            Depends on Experience. Excellent working environment and benefit package.

Deadline:        Open until filled.

To Apply:       Visit https://www.communitylegalaid.org/careers and upload cover letter, resume, and references.

Court of Appeals, First District- Court Administrator

Pay Rate: Anticipated range of $110,000 -- $125,000 depending on experience.

JOB PURPOSE: Responsible for court operations and court administration. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION:

Ensure an efficiently run court from an administrative perspective, overseeing case flow management.

Responsible for all budgetary matters, including county and state budget preparation.   

Supervise all personnel not otherwise under judicial supervision. Approve payroll and timesheets for employees.

Recommend action on all procedural motions filed with the court.

Interface with judges, Supreme Court of Ohio, court administrators around the state, and the bar association. Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.

Respond to legal and procedural questions proposed by judges, staff, litigants, and the general public made by telephone and in person.

Assist pro se litigants. 

Explore and recommend ways to improve court operations and efficiencies.

Perform other such duties assigned by the court.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, with 10 years experience preferred.  Prior management or other court or governmental experience preferred.      

COURT EXPECTATIONS OF EMPLOYEE: In completing the duties and responsibilities of the position, the court expects the administrator will adhere to all court policies, guidelines, practices and procedures; act as a role model both inside and outside the court; exhibit a professional manner in dealing with others; and work to maintain constructive working relationships. In addition, the court expects the administrator to maintain a positive and respectful approach with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the court.  Further, the court expects the administrator to demonstrate flexible and efficient time management, the ability to prioritize workload, exceptional organizational and problem solving abilities, and to communicate regularly with the supervising judges about work-related issues.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:

The State of Ohio is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin (ancestry), military status, disability, age (40 years or older), genetic information, sexual orientation, or caregiver status, in making employment-related decisions about an individual.

The Supreme Court of Ohio is an equal employment opportunity employer that supports an alcohol and drug-free, and a weapons and violence free, work environment.

Background Check Information

The final candidate selected for the position will be required to undergo a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug test. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position. An individual assessment of an applicant's prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of references by email to Jennifer Hammock at jhammock@cms.hamilton-co.org. The position will remain open until filled.

Frost Brown Todd LLC - Real Estate

REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATE

 

The Cincinnati, Ohio office of Frost Brown Todd, a full-service AM Law 200 firm with more than 500 attorneys in 14 markets across nine states, seeks an associate with 4-5 years of transactional experience in commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, leasing and lending.  Applicants must have a good academic record and excellent written and oral communication skills.  Please visit our web page and use the “self-apply” feature athttps://frostbrowntodd.com/careers/laterals/ to submit your application. Frost Brown Todd LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

Pro Bono Manager of VLP

The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (“Legal Aid”) is accepting applications for an experienced full-time attorney to maintain a light caseload and manage the Volunteer Lawyers Project.

The purpose of the Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) is to expand access to justice by engaging private attorneys in pro bono legal services. The VLP provides civil legal services to low income residents of seven southwest Ohio counties, in partnership with the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati and local bar associations.

The VLP places 1500 cases annually, with about 500 participating attorneys. The VLP manages pro bono clinics and provides Continuing Legal Education for participating attorneys.

Description of Position

This Senior Attorney position provides the opportunity to pursue a public interest practice and to manage a robust pro bono project. The VLP manager recruits and supports private attorneys to encourage and facilitate their participation in providing pro bono civil legal services, and carries a small caseload. The VLP manager coordinates projects with state and federal courts, the Legal Aid Society, area law firms, and corporate legal departments. Responsibilities include public speaking and in-person networking activities in seven counties, and limited travel for statewide and national meetings. Additional information is available at vlpcincinnati.org.

Qualifications

Applicants must be admitted to practice law in Ohio, or be licensed in another state and eligible for temporary admission. Additional requirements include:

• 5+ years experience in civil legal practice;
• experience advocating for the interests of low-income clients;
• excellent organization, writing, and communication skills;
• demonstrated ability to establish strong, collaborative working relationships; • successful experience managing projects and supervising staff.

Compensation and Benefits

Salary will be based on Legal Aid senior attorney scale ($64,750 + DOE). Legal Aid offers an excellent benefit package and loan repayment assistance through our state funder.

Application Process email: Candidates must submit all of the listed items, as Word or pdf documents, attached to an

1. Cover letter explaining the reasons for your interest;
2. Current resume, including evidence of academic record; and, 3. Contact information for three professional references.

Please note “VLP Manager” in subject line, and email to: staffing@lascinti.org

The Legal Aid Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Legal Aid Society offers reasonable accommodations in the hiring and employment process. If you need assistance, you may request an accommodation.

Interviews will be arranged by Employer. Please do not call.

Legal Aid Society - Volunteer Lawyers Pro

Description of Position

The VLP manager is an employee of the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati. The manager recruits and supports private attorneys to encourage and facilitate their participation in providing pro bono civil legal services, and carries a small caseload. The VLP manager coordinates projects with state and federal courts, the Legal Aid Society, area law firms, and corporate legal departments. Responsibilities include public speaking and in-person networking activities in seven counties, and limited travel for state-wide and national meetings. Additional information is available at vlpcincinnati.org.

Qualifications

Applicants must be admitted to practice law in Ohio, or be licensed in another state and eligible for temporary admission. Additional requirements include:

• 5+ years experience in civil legal practice;
• experience advocating for the interests of low-income clients;
• excellent organization, writing, and communication skills;
• demonstrated ability to establish strong, collaborative working relationships; • successful experience managing projects and supervising staff.

Compensation and Benefits

Salary will be based on Legal Aid senior attorney scale ($64,750 + DOE). Legal Aid offers an excellent benefit package and loan repayment assistance through our state funder.

Application Process

Candidates must submit all of the listed items, as Word or pdf documents, attached to an email:

1. Cover letter explaining the reasons for your interest;
2. Current resume, including evidence of academic record; and, 3. Contact information for three professional references.

Please note “VLP Manager” in subject line, and email to: staffing@lascinti.org

Frost Brown Todd LLC - Construction Attorney

FROST BROWN TODD LLC, one of the largest regional full service law firms in the Midwest and one of the 150 largest law firms in the United States, seeks an associate with at least 2 years of experience in construction law for its Cincinnati, Ohio office. Interested candidates should have experience representing construction clients, good writing and communication skills, and be committed to serving the construction industry.  Training in construction management, engineering or architecture, or practical experience in the construction industry, is helpful but not required.  Please visit our web page and use the “self-apply” feature at https://frostbrowntodd.com/careers/laterals/to submit your application. Frost Brown Todd LLC is an equal opportunity employer.