Hiring for Summer 2019
The clinical law program plans to hire a number of UChicago Law students to work in the various clinics in the summer of 2019. Paid summer positions will be open for the following clinics:
- Abrams Environmental Law Clinic
- Criminal and Juvenile Justice Project Clinic
- Employment Law Clinic
- Exoneration Project Clinic
- Federal Criminal Justice Clinic
- Housing Initiative Transactional Clinic
- Innovation Clinic
- Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship
- International Human Rights Clinic
- Jenner & Block Supreme Court and Appellate Clinic
- Kirkland & Ellis Corporate Lab Clinic
Each of these clinics seeks energetic, dedicated and motivated students for these positions. Students selected for the summer program will be assigned to one clinic for the summer and will work on a variety of cases, transactions or other client matters. Students who work in the clinic over the summer are treated as returning clinic students in the fall and may continue with their clinic work during the 2019-20 academic year.
The summer program runs from June 10, 2019 through August 2, 2019. Students will receive approximately $5000 in compensation for the summer, payable as wages subject to withholding. Students who work in the clinics during the summer are not eligible for research assistant (RA) positions during the period of the clinic summer program (June 10 - August 2).
Application materials, consisting of a questionnaire, cover letter and resume, may be submitted on-line from January 14th through January 21st, at this link: https://www.formpl.us/form/72226001
Interviews will commence as early as January 22nd. Offers will be made shortly thereafter, with subsequent rounds of offers continuing to be made until all positions are filled. Each student applicant will receive a single interview with a clinic faculty member. Students will likely interview with a faculty member from the clinic that the student listed as their first choice. If necessary to balance out the interviews and conduct them in a timely way, students might instead interview with faculty from the clinic that they listed as their second choice. Either way, students should be aware that they are being considered for both their first and second choice clinics. Students are encouraged to use their cover letter, if they wish, to elaborate on their preferences between their first and second choice clinics.
Questions about the summer hiring process should be directed to Jeff Leslie, Director of Clinical and Experiential Learning, Room K206, firstname.lastname@example.org.