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Wednesday, May 04, 2016
Ind. Courts - Now hiring: Law clerks for the new commercial courts
This April 27th ILB post mentioned that the new commercial courts would have law clerks. The ILB has learned that this notice re law clerk openings has just today been posted on the Indiana Courts site:
There are four opportunities for contract judicial law clerk positions in northern Indiana, southern Indiana and Marion County with the newly formed commercial courts of Indiana. This is a contractual position for $61,200 annually rather than employment. Only attorneys admitted to the Indiana Bar and recent graduates scheduled to take the 2016 Bar will be considered.And here is the draft employement contract.
One clerk will provide services to Marion Superior Court Judge Heather Welch; two will provide services in northern Indiana to Elkhart Superior Court Judge Stephen Bowers, Lake Superior Court Judge John Sedia, and Allen Superior Court Judge Craig Bobay; and the fourth clerk will provide services in southern Indiana to Vanderburgh Superior Court Judge Richard D'Amour and Floyd Superior Court Judge Maria Granger. The contract provides for a monthly payment to each clerk of $5,100 with no additional benefits.
Law school graduates interested in this position should submit a resume or curriculum vitae with a substantial writing sample, transcript and resume to HRCourts@courts.in.gov by May 29, 2016. Please specify whether you are interested in a contract in northern Indiana, southern Indiana or Marion County.