Monday, January 29, 2007

 

Associate - Hinshaw & Culbertson

The Chicago office of Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, a leading national law firm, is seeking an Associate with 2-4 years of general corporate and transactional experience to join its growing practice.  This is an excellent opportunity for securities candidates seeking a high level of responsibility in a diverse and progressive law firm environment.
 
The Firm provides a competitive benefits package and opportunity for advancement.  Please submit your cover letter, resume and research memo in confidence to:
 
Paula A. Goldberg
Legal Recruitment and Development Manager
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP
222 N. LaSalle St., Suite 300
Chicago, IL  60601-1081
fax:  (312) 704-3001
email:  pgoldberg@hinshawlaw.com
 
www.hinshawlaw.com
 
Only candidates contacted for an interview will receive a response.  EOE.

 

Employee Benefits Opening - Schiff Hardin LLP

Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Associate
 
Schiff Hardin’s Chicago office is seeking a 2nd or 3rd year associate for its Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice group. The candidate should have experience in all areas of employee benefits and executive compensation, including qualified and nonqualified retirement plans, equity based compensation, health and welfare benefit programs, and merger and acquisitions. He or she should also have experience working with public companies. All interested candidates should send their resume, cover letter, and transcripts via email to ncooper@schiffhardin.com. Thank you. 

Monday, January 08, 2007

 

Attorney Vacancies at the U.S. Department of Justice

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MALDEF/Fried Frank Fellowship

Each year for nearly a decade, MALDEF and Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP have jointly selected an entry-level lawyer for the opportunity to gain experience in both civil rights litigation and the large firm environment.  
 
The four-year program includes two years at Fried Frank and two years at one of MALDEF's five regional offices. The fellowship is an excellent opportunity for third year law students or recent graduates currently in a judicial clerkship to gain valuable litigation experience at a prestigious New York law firm and litigate on behalf of the Latino community as a civil rights lawyer at MALDEF. 
 
"Fried Frank has a long and proud tradition of commitment to civil justice.  The MALDEF fellowship provides a unique opportunity to narrow the gulf between private practice and public interest law," commented Janice Mac Avoy, co-chair of Fried Frank's pro bono committee and member of the MALDEF Board of Directors.  "We are proud of our partnership with MALDEF and hope that the training experience we provide better prepares the fellows for the critical work they do in the important areas of civil rights, diversity, education, voting rights and immigrants' rights."
 
Fried Frank also conducts a fellowship program with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.  At the end of their four-year commitment, fellows have typically returned to the law firm or remained with the civil rights organization. 
 
"Sophisticated legal training is a building block of effective civil rights advocacy," said Cynthia Valenzuela, MALDEF Director of Litigation.  "Our partnership with Fried Frank advances civil rights in two ways.  The fellowship not only arms future civil rights lawyers with the experience and pedigree of an international law firm, but it also engrains a core commitment to civil rights in attorneys who may find themselves working outside of a civil rights organization."
 
For more information on the MALDEF/Fried Frank Fellowship Program, please visit http://www.friedfrank.com/probono/fellowship_brochure.pdf

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