Selection Process Information:|
The Saint Paul City Attorneys Office is accepting applications for a part-time (20 hours per week) entry level law clerk position in its civil division. This is a year-round position for law students, available January 3, 2013.
Duties include: legal research and writing, drafting memoranda, document preparation, and other general clerking.
Qualifications: All candidates must have completed at least one year of law school and have strong research and writing skills. We are looking for law students who expect to graduate in 2013 or later. We are looking for an individual who has excellent academic credentials, strong analytical and communication skills, and a demonstrated potential for public service. Proficiency in the use of WestLaw is required. Completion of a clinical or other practical skills course is also desired.
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED
Send an original and two (2) copies of the following: Cover Letter, Resume with References, Writing Sample & Law School Transcript to:
Deputy City Attorney
400 City Hall & Court House
15 West Kellogg Boulevard
Saint Paul, MN 55102
(No calls please)
Additional Applicant Information
EEO/AA Employer: The City of Saint Paul is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. Therefore we encourage applications from all individuals including persons with disabilities, persons of color, and women.
Information about data you provide: The information you supply will be used to assess your qualifications for this position; to distinguish you from other applicants; and to contact you for an interview. The following information will be considered private data pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act: your name, home/work/email address, and home phone number. If you are considered a finalist for an employment vacancy, your name, education, training, and previous work experience will become public data. Private data is available only to you and to other persons in the City who have a bona fide need for the data. Upon court order, data may be disclosed in legal proceedings. Public data is available to anyone requesting it and consists of all data not designated in this notice as private.
Veteran’s Preference: If you are a veteran as defined by the State of Minnesota and wish to claim veteran’s preference, submit a copy of your military form DD214 at time of application. You must provide a copy of the DD214 to attain veteran’s preference.