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Sample

Resumes

for

Graduates

OFFICE OF CAREER SERVICES

© 2006

GRADUATE #1

400 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115, (617) 000-1234, g@gmail.com

LEGAL EXPERIENCE

Davis, Malm & D’Agostine, PC, Boston, MA

Litigation Associate September 2--- - Present

• Advise and represent employers in a variety of employment law matters. Counsel clients regarding compliance with state and federal employment law and anti-discrimination statutes.

• Appear in court and before the MCAS to argue motions and participate in investigative conferences.

• Perform all phases of discovery and trial preparation.

• Other areas of practice include contract, personal injury, medical malpractice and product liability cases.

Brody, Hardoon, Perkins & Kesten, LLP, Boston, MA Associate Attorney September 19-- - August 2-- Litigated heavy civil caseload, worked with municipal officials on defense strategy and preparation, drafted pleadings and dispositive motions, conducted depositions and argued dispositive motions in court.

• Lawsuits involved allegations of gender, race, age and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, civil rights and personal injury.

• Lectured on sexual harassment law and public records statutes at legal seminars for municipal officials.

Massachusetts Appeals Court, Boston, MA Judicial Clerk/The Honorable Barbara A. Lenk September 19-- - August 19- Performed research, drafted memoranda, and edited draft opinions on a wide variety of civil and criminal appeals.

• Cases included issues such as a will contest, employment discrimination, zoning, civil procedure, jury instructions, probable cause, and allegations of perjury in a civil trial.

LEGAL INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE

Committee for Public Counsel Services, Boston, MA Legal Intern: Public Defender Division March - May 19-U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire, Concord, NH Judicial Intern: The Honorable Shane Devine, Senior Judge June - August 19-Superior Court of Massachusetts, Boston, MA Judicial Intern: The Honorable Isaac Borenstein March - May 19-United States Department of Education, Boston, MA Legal Intern: Office of Civil Rights June - August 19-Graduate #1, Page 2

LAW-RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office, Cambridge, MA Vict

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• Participated in Sexual Abuse Investigation Network team interviews of children and their families to assess possible prosecution.

• Prepared children and other witnesses to testify at trial and accompanied them to court.

• Apprised victims and their families of significant events in the court case in which they were involved and explained various legal proceedings.

• Interviewed and assessed potential new employees.

EDUCATION Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA. J.D., May 19-Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA. B.A., cum laude, Philosophy, June 19-Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, National Honor Society 19-BAR ADMISSIONS/ASSOCIATIONS

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Gelerman, Cashman & Donahue, Dedham, MA 3/-- to 5/-Associate: Researched and drafted legal memoranda on a variety of municipal, real estate, employment and corporate law issues, Drafted local town by-laws, negotiated settlement agreements, and drafted real estate purchase and sale agreements and related closing documents.

John Hancock Life Insurance Company, Boston, MA 9/-- to 11/-In-house Attorney: Counseled Actuarial and Marketing Departments on legal matters relating to insurance product development and advertising. Prepared state insurance and annuity product filings. Advised key company personnel on issues pertaining to federal income tax, estate tax, SEC regulations and employee benefits. Monitored federal and state industry related laws and regulations to ensure corporate compliance.

Reviewed reinsurance treaties, vendor contracts and commercial real estate financing documents. Drafted agent employment and agreements.

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LAW SCHOOL INTERNSHIPS:

U.S. Attorney’s Office, Providence, RI United States District Court (D. Mass), Boston, MA State Street Corporation, Office of Legal Counsel, Boston, MA Latronico & Whitestone, Boston, MA

BUSINESS EXPERIENCE:

Keyport Life Insurance Company, Boston, MA 9/-- to 9/-Actuarial Analyst: Assisted actuaries in analyzing monthly financial information. Designed computer generated business financial plans. Advised clients concerning the technical matters of their life insurance and annuity policies. Analyzed financial and marketing information relating to Keyport Life's competitors for use by actuarial and marketing departments. Prepared due diligence reports and executive presentations.

EDUCATION:

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LEGAL EXPERIENCE

WRIGHT, JONES & ROLLINGS, Los Angeles, CA Associate, August 200- – Present Participate in all aspects of family law practice, which includes representing individuals in the litigation of contested matters and the settlement of divorce proceedings, modification of alimony, support and parenting arrangements, paternity proceedings, and child custody and visitation matters. Have also drafted and negotiated premarital agreements.





CALIFORNIA LEGAL AID, Pasadena, CA Staff Attorney, September 200- – July 200Practice areas included family law and domestic violence, VAWA/U-Visa immigration relief, and

housing law. Provided advice and representation to clients in all aspects of civil litigation including:

writing settlements, declarations, briefs, and appearing in Superior Court before the Law and Motion and Family Law Judges.

EDUCATION NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, Boston, MA J.D., May 199Legal Internships: EMPLOYMENT LAW CENTER, San Francisco, CA, Spring 199-, REICH, ADELL, CROST & CVITAN, Los Angeles, CA, Fall 199-, HONORABLE TOM HENDERS, U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DIST. OF CA, San Francisco, CA, Spring 199- and GREATER BOSTON LEGAL SERVICES, Boston, MA, Fall 199Research: Research Assistant for Professor David Hall on the intersection between spirituality and legal practice and for Professor Hope Lewis on international human rights issues.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY, Berkeley, CA B.A. in Women’s Studies, December 199Honors: Distinguished Named Scholar; Honor Student Society (1995-96); Alumni Scholarship (1993-96)

BAR ADMISSION

Admitted to the California Bar (200-)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & VOLUNTEER WORK

State Bar of California, Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services, Member (200- – Present) Asian Law Caucus, Employment Rights Clinic, Volunteer (200- – 200-)

LANGUAGE SKILLS

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EDUCATION Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA Juris Doctor, May 2--- (Written evaluations instead of alphanumeric grades.) Certiorari Clinic: Co-drafted a Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of a North Carolina death row inmate.

Poverty Law and Practice Clinic: Interviewed, counseled and advocated for clients before administrative hearing officers. (Summer 2---) Teaching Assistant: Selected to tutor first year students in Torts (Fall 2---) and Civil Procedure (Spring 2---).

Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA Bachelor of Arts, May 19--; Major: Psychology; GPA: 3.7 Honors: Dean's List; Psi Chi (psychology honor society) Activities: Volunteer, Mercy Hospital; Member, Grinnell Theatre Group Internship: American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa (Spring 19--) Study Abroad: University of New South Wales, Australia (Fall 19--) LEGAL Legal Aid Society-Juvenile Rights Division, New York, NY Staff Attorney (Sept. 2--- – Present) EMPLOYMENT Litigate child abuse, neglect and juvenile delinquency cases on behalf of children in Family Court. Utilize the Adoption and Safe Families Act and the Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children to ensure permanency on behalf of clients. Prepare and argue pretrial motions and discovery requests. Conduct client and witness interviews.

Participate in pre-and post-trials negotiations. Collaborate with social workers, paralegal and other staff.

Honorable Joseph A. Greenaway, Jr., U.S. District Court, Newark, NJ Judicial Clerk (Aug. 19-- – Aug. 2---) Researched and drafted opinions and bench memoranda on dispositive and discovery motions in civil cases and detention and discovery motions in criminal cases. Other responsibilities include drafting articles, publications and speeches. Observed trials, settlement conferences, and criminal pleas and sentencing.

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, New York, NY Clerk/Staff Attorney (Sept. 19-- - July 19--) Researched issues and drafted memoranda for three-judge panel for counseled substantive motions, habeas corpus petitions, pro se motions, and pro se appeals.

Drafted summary orders. Provided procedural advice to pro se litigants.

Page 1 of 2 Graduate #4, page 2 LEGAL U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC (March - May 19--) INTERNSHIPS Civil Right Division, Employment Litigation Section Assisted attorneys with Title VII employment discrimination litigation. Performed legal and investigative research, wrote legal memoranda, drafted motions and conducted witness interviews.

Stern, Shapiro, Weissberg & Garin, Boston, MA (Sept. - Nov. 19--) Researched and drafted briefs and memoranda for all phases of litigation in prisoner’s rights, employment discrimination, environmental class actions, police misconduct and criminal cases. Participated in client meetings, discovery, and fact investigation.

The Welfare Law Center, New York, NY (March - May 19--) Provided litigation support for ongoing cases, including challenge to state’s revocation of its law providing Medicaid to immigrants, and claim of inadequate due process in state Medicaid program. Created and carried out survey to assist in formation of a plaintiff class of individuals not receiving timely food stamp allocations.

Honorable Joseph Tauro, U.S. District Court, Boston, MA (Sept. - Nov. 19--) Researched and drafted opinions on summary judgment motions and a habeas corpus petition. Drafted jury questionnaire and jury charge. Acted as courtroom deputy clerk.

OTHER LiteracyWorks at Bronx High School, Bronx, NY Instructor (June 19-- - Aug.19--) EXPERIENCE Tutoring and mentoring program for high school students. Recognized by New York City Board of Education for leadership, dedication and service to public school system students.

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New York City Criminal Justice Agency, New York, NY Research Assistant (Nov. 19-- – April 19--) Assisted in preparation of reports analyzing characteristics, case processing, and outcomes of arrests. Prepared statistical tables based on pre-trial interview reports.

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LEGAL EXPERIENCE

Lurie & Krupp, LLP, Boston, MA June 200- Present Associate. Manage all aspects of diverse caseload in state and federal courts at boutique litigation firm.

Participate in every phase of business litigation practice, including research, drafting and argument of substantive and procedural motions; discovery and deposition practice; preparation for mediation and trial.

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Donovan Hatem, LLP, Boston, MA May – August 200-; March – May 200-(p/t) Law Clerk. Assisted attorneys in the Tort, Insurance Defense and Business Litigation Group.

Researched and prepared pleading, motions, memoranda of law and other legal briefs. Drafted insurance coverage opinions. Prepared discovery requests and responses. Attended depositions.

Reebok International, Canton, MA November 200- – February 200Legal Intern. Assisted attorneys in the Marketing Practice Group. Reviewed and defined specific terms from Reebok’s NBA and NFL Agreements. Conducted research and wrote memoranda related to trademark and copyright issues, including a pending lawsuit between Reebok and a corporation selling altered football jerseys. Drafted and renewed contracts for product endorsers.

United States Attorney’s Office, Criminal Division, Boston, MA November 200- – February 200Legal Intern, Major Crimes Unit. Researched and wrote memoranda on topics including search and seizure, the admissibility of DNA evidence, and the insanity defense. Wrote prosecution memorandum for a social security fraud case and motion in opposition of suppression of evidence.

Honorable Julian Houston, Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston, MA May – August 200Judicial Intern. Performed legal research and drafted decisions and memoranda for both criminal and civil cases. Assisted the Judge in courtroom proceedings including pretrial conferences, lobby conferences, motion sessions and trials.

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EDUCATION Northeastern University School of Law, Boston MA J.D., May 200Activities: Governing Council; Sports Law Society Tufts University, Medford MA B.A. in English and History, Magna Cum Laude, May 19-Honors: Dean’s List (1994-1998); Golden Key National Honor Society (1996) Internships: Mass. General Hospital (19--); The Boston Globe (19--)

BAR ADMISSION

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LEGAL EXPERIENCE

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Chicago, IL Senior Trial Attorney, June 200- – present Trial Attorney, August 199- – June 200Litigate employment discrimination cases in federal court on behalf of the EEOC and provide legal assistance to investigators to evaluate employment discrimination charges. Also, mediate and settle cases. Coordinate and conduct outreach to under-served communities, employers, the private bar, and advocacy groups. Experience includes knowledge and application of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (Title VII), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA), and Equal Pay Act.



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