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Oct. 19, 2018 - Applications are being accepted for a summer 2019 law clerkship funded by the Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity’s (ICLEO) Gateway to Diversity program.

Civil Division’s Administrative Judge to finish 55 years in the Practice of Law

Fort Wayne, Ind. – Allen Superior Court Judge Stanley A. Levine, will retire in December, upon completion of 20 years on the bench and a 55-year legal career.

Applications are now being accepted for the Allen Superior Court Civil Division's 2019-20 law clerkship program. The deadline for applying is October 26, 2018.

Two law clerks are hired each year to serve a 12-month term working for Judge David Avery, Judge Craig Bobay, Judge Nancy Boyer and Judge Stanley Levine. The 2017-2018 clerks will serve a term running from August 5, 2019 through August 7, 2020.

Applications are accepted from 3L students and should include a transcript, writing sample and references. Full information on the clerkship program, including information on salary, benefits and how to apply pdfmay be downloaded by clicking here.

Commercial Courts Law Clerk Contract Opportunity

Posted: September 24, 2018

An opportunity is available for a contract judicial law clerk in northern Indiana, serving the 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 2018 Bar will be considered.

Superior Court Chief Judge Departing After 30 Years On the Bench

Fort Wayne, Ind. – Allen Superior Court Judge John F. Surbeck, Jr., will retire from the bench effective at the end of 2018.

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