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									                                   WEST VIRGINIA

(NL) POSITION: Attorney
REQUIREMENTS: Seeking energetic, skilled committed attorney with minimum three
years of practice/ management experience to manage Legal Aid of West Virginia's
Beckley office.
DEADLINE: November 11, 2009.
SALARY: Salary range is $38,500 to $52,000, depending upon experience.
APPLICATION: Please send resume and salary requirements to: Administrative
Director, Legal Aid of West Virginia, 922 Quarrier St., 4th Floor, Charleston, West
Virginia 25301.

(NL) POSITION: Associate
LOCATION: Huntington, WV
REQUIREMENTS: Setliff & Holland, P.C., an AV rated law firm with offices in
Richmond, VA and Baltimore, MD, is opening an office in Huntington, WV, and seeks
associates with litigation experience for the Huntington office. Candidates should
possess strong research, writing and communication skills, and be in good standing with
the West Virginia State Bar. Trial experience is preferred.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Salary and benefits are highly competitive and commensurate with
APPLICATION: Please send resume, references and writing sample to Kathleen
Deaner, Office Manager, kdeaner@setliffholland.com.

(NL) POSITION: Associate
LOCATION: Charleston, WV
REQUIREMENTS: Four or more years experience in Litigation. Position is in
Charleston office.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Not listed.
APPLICATION: To apply, send your resume (with law school GPA included) and a
writing sample to Jennifer Powell, Assistant Dean, WVU College of Law, by email to

(NL) POSITION: Bankruptcy/Litigation Attorney
LOCATION: Morgantown, WV
REQUIREMENTS: Samuel I. White, P.C. a multi-state practice specializing in
bankruptcy, real estate and creditors' rights seeks a West Virginia licensed attorney to
join our law practice. Litigation and/or foreclosure experience preferred. The ability to
work in a fast paced environment and to multi-task is required.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Not listed.
APPLICATION: Please email resume, cover letter and salary requirements to
hr@siwpc.com or fax to 757.497.4607. Please don’t call Morgantown office.
(NL) POSITION: Real Estate Attorney
LOCATION: Morgantown, WV
REQUIREMENTS: Samuel I. White, P.C. a multi-state creditors' rights law firm
and real estate practice seeks a West Virginia licensed attorney to join our law practice.
Applicants should have 2 or more years experience in real estate, preferably settlement
and development. The ability to work in a fast paced environment and to multi-task is
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Compensation is commensurate with experience.
APPLICATION: Please email resume, cover letter and salary requirements to
hr@siwpc.com or fax to 757.497.4607. Please don’t call Morgantown office.

(NL) POSITION: Associate
LOCATION: Bluefield, WV
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Not listed.
APPLICATION: Please send resume to: Kermit Moore

(NL) POSITION: Attorney
LOCATION: Charleston, WV
REQUIREMENTS: Mid-size Plaintiff trial firm seeks ambitious hard working attorney.
Complete benefits package. Great opportunity for advancement.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Salary commensurate with experience.
APPLICATION: Please send or fax resume to The Sutter Law Firm, PLLC 1598
Kanawha Blvd., East, Charleston, WV 25311, 304-343-1519.

(NL) POSITION: Legal Assistant
LOCATION: Morgantown, WV
REQUIREMENTS: Must know Word Perfect, have good people skills, be highly
organized and self-motivated. Experience preferred.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Salary commensurate with experience.
APPLICATION: Please mail resume to: Legal Assistant, Box CE6581, 1251 Earl L.
Core Road, Morgantown, WV 26505.

                              DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

(NL) POSITION: Attorney
LOCATION: Washington, DC
REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must possess a J.D. degree, be duly licensed and
authorized to practice as an attorney under the laws of any State, territory of the United
States, or the District of Columbia, and be an active member of the bar in good standing.
Applicants must have at least one year of post-J.D. experience. Applicants should have
excellent writing, negotiation, and interpersonal skills, exhibit excellent judgment, and
have a strong interest in trial and appellate practice. Experience in litigating medical
injury and/or products cases, and working with medical expert witnesses is strongly
preferred. The ideal candidate would enjoy working independently and as part of a team,
and feel comfortable in a courtroom setting. Applicants must exhibit the ability to work
in a supportive and professional manner with staff, attorney supervisors, and the client
agency. Occasional travel required.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The position offers a unique experience in public service. The
legal and medical issues at stake in each case vary greatly. Attorneys in the section
independently manage heavy case loads, and while streamlined procedures are utilized,
cases frequently involve complex liability and damages issues. The position involves
significant trial practice. Vaccine staff attorneys are obliged to ensure that the Vaccine
Trust Fund, from which damage awards are paid, is protected and, where eligibility
criteria are met, that fair compensation is distributed to those whom Congress has
intended. Attorneys appear frequently before the Office of Special Masters in the U.S.
Court of Federal Claims, and also appear before the judges of the Court, as well as in the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit when handling appeals.
DEADLINE: November 6, 2009.
SALARY: Current salary and years of experience will determine the appropriate salary
level within the GS-12 to GS-14 ($73,100 to $133,543) range.
APPLICATION: Applicants must submit the following items: 1) cover letter, 2)
resume, 3) brief writing sample, and 4) current performance appraisal (if applicable) to:
Gabrielle M. Fielding, Assistant Director, Civil Division, Torts Branch, U.S. Department
of Justice, P.O. Box 146, Benjamin Franklin Station, Washington, DC 20044-0146 or by
e-mail to CSTL-Vaccine. Vacancies@usdoj.gov. No telephone calls please. Information
about the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program can be found at
http://www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation/. Other attorney vacancy announcements can
be found at http://www.usdoj.gov/oarm/attvacancies.html.


(NL) POSITION: Assistant Dean for Admissions
LOCATION: Notre Dame, IN
REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of: Contemporary program marketing strategies,
recruitment methods and enrollment management techniques. Principles and practices of
law school admissions and financial aid administration. Principles of supervision
including employee training and performance evaluation. Methods of database
management, statistical analyses, and technical report writing. Familiarity with data
management systems. Ability to: Design, implement and evaluate systems to improve
law school admissions and enrollment. Determine objectives for marketing law school
programs, recruiting prospective students, and meeting enrollment goals. Develop
strategies and organize resources, including discretionary fellowship aid, to achieve
admission and enrollment goals. Select, train, motivate, supervise and evaluate assigned
staff. Interpret and apply University policies, procedures, rules and regulations, and
monitor compliance with accreditation standards. Communicate clearly, concisely and
persuasively, both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain positive and professional
relationships with all law school constituents. Work with students to secure assistance in
recruitment activities and on-campus events. Education and Experience: Minimum five
years of increasingly responsible administrative experience in an office of admissions,
preferably in a law school setting, including at least two years in a supervisory capacity.
Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university is required; a JD or comparable
advanced degree is preferred. Prior experience in public speaking is desired. Prior
experience working with LSAC programs is desired.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Assistant Dean for Admissions reports to the new Dean of
the Law School and is responsible for the overall leadership and performance of the Law
School's admissions program, including enrollment management and awarding
discretionary financial aid. The salary for this position is very competitive, and the
Admissions Office will receive the full support of the new Dean, who is bringing fresh
leadership to the school. Oversee administration of the Law School Admissions Office.
Select, train, supervise and evaluate professional and support staff. Plan, organize and
execute a regional and national marketing, communications and recruitment program for
prospective students. Develop admissions materials. Develop and manage the annual
operating budgets. Serve as liaison to the Admissions Committee to develop application
and admissions policies. Coordinate procedures for the proper evaluation of applicant
information and processing of data files. Interview and counsel prospective students and
make admissions decisions. Develop and implement strategic plans for enrollment
management. Develop and execute a plan for strategic use of discretionary fellowship
aid. Coordinate with the University Financial Aid office on need based aid. Coordinate
market research programs and oversee the operation of internal database management
systems. Perform statistical analyses. Prepare and present written and oral reports. Enlist
assistance from current students for recruitment activities and events for admitted
applicants. Serve as liaison with internal and external law school constituents including
other administrators, faculty, staff, alumni, prelaw advisors, students, university officers
and accrediting agencies.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Not listed.
APPLICATION: Please apply online at http://ND.jobs to Job #09367. For additional
information about working at the University of Notre Dame and various benefits
available to employees, please visit http://hr.nd.edu/employment/working_at_nd.shtml.
The University of Notre Dame (www.nd.edu) invites applications for the position of
Assistant Dean for Admissions within the Notre Dame Law School (http://law.nd.edu/).

                                      NEW YORK

(NL) POSITION: Staff Attorney
REQUIREMENTS: The Office of the Appellate Defender offers two-year staff attorney
positions, with a possibility for a third year, to lawyers who have demonstrated top-level
skills in legal research and writing, as well as a commitment to providing legal services to
the indigent. The office attracts attorneys who have clerked in state and federal courts,
attorneys with non-judicial post-graduate experience, and law graduates straight out of
law school.
DEADLINE: December 15, 2009.
SALARY: Salary for The Office of the Appellate Defender staff attorneys is based on
years of experience, and currently starts at $50,000 for law graduates.
APPLICATION: Interviewing of candidates will occur in January and February.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, writing sample, and cover letter. The
cover letter should specifically address; why the applicant is interested in working at
OAD; and what skills or experiences make the applicant a strong candidate.
Application materials should be sent by mail only to: Carolyn Wilson,
Administrative Specialist, Office of the Appellate Defender, 11 Park Place, Suite
1601, New York, NY 10007, phone 212-402-4100, email 212-402-4199,
www.appellatedefender.org .


(NL) POSITION: General Attorney
LOCATION: Montgomery, MD
DEADLINE: October 29, 2009.
SALARY: $ 73,100.00 – 133,543.00 USD /year
APPLICATION: For additional Information: M. Rochelle Jones, Phone: 202-619-0150
Email: procurementapps@hhs.gov. Or Write: Department Of Health And Human
Services, 330 Independence Avenue, SW, Room 4760 Cohen Building, Washington, DC

(NL) POSITION: Associate Attorney
LOCATION: Greenbelt, MD
REQUIREMENTS: Highly motivated litigation associate with 3 to 7 years of
experience. MD Bar required; DC Bar a plus.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Competitive salary and benefits package.
APPLICATION: Please forward cover letter, resume and writing sample to: Cary
Hansel (fax: 301-220-1214; chansel@jgllaw.com).

(NL) POSITION: Attorney
REQUIREMENTS: 2-4 years of experience in handling workers’ compensation claims.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Competitive salary and benefits.
APPLICATION: Please fax resume to John P. Valente, III at 301-856-4029 or
email to jvalete@tvmikemillerpa.com .

(NL) POSITION: Attorney
REQUIREMENTS: This is a great opportunity for a highly self-motivated attorney
with experience in personal injury and some existing portable business (50k+) required.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Highly competitive salary and benefits.
APPLICATION: Please fax resume to: Walter E. Laake, Jr. at 301-220-1214 or
email to wlaake@jgllaw.com.


(NL) POSITION: Corporate Attorney
LOCATION: Pittsburgh, PA
REQUIREMENTS: 5 + years experience to provide general corporate advice to a wide
variety of middle to upper market clients. Entrepreneurial law firm with a lot of
flexibility and upside potential.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Not listed.
APPLICATION: Please send resume to vesposito@comcast.net or call 412-767-8889
(Valerie Esposito).

(NL) POSITION: Staff Attorney
LOCATION: Washington, PA
REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should be members of the Pennsylvania Bar or
admitted to practice in another state, although individuals awaiting results of state bar
exams will be considered. Applicants must demonstrate commitment to provide
qualitative representation to the program’s low income clientele. Effective writing and
oral communication skills must be evidenced.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Staff attorneys are initially responsible for a general caseload,
with increasing specialization based upon experience and expertise.
DEADLINE: Not listed.
SALARY: Not listed.
APPLICATION: Please send cover letter, resume and writing sample to:
Administrator, Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services,10 West Cherry Avenue,
Washington, Pennsylvania 15301 or legalsservices@splas.org.


(NL) POSITION: Assistant/Associate Director of the Office of Career Planning and
Professional Development
LOCATION: Lexington, VA
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's and graduate degree required. Excellent oral and written
communication skills, ability to work with a diverse constituency, and a strong
commitment to student services.
RESPONSIBILITIES: This is a professional full-time position within OCP responsible
for counseling, program development and outreach under the supervision of the Director.
 Responsibilities include: Counsels law students and alumni on job search strategies;
reviews cover letters and resumes; conducts mock interviews; assists in planning and
implementing on and off- campus interview programs; plans, develops and presents
educational programming on career-related topics; assists in the creation of marketing
materials and strategies; visits employers to market school. Some regional and national
travel will be required.
DEADLINE: Applications will be considered until the position is filled.
SALARY: Not listed.
APPLICATION: Candidates may apply online at

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