OJPC’s summer legal internship in a year unlike any other

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By: Tiffanny Smith, former attorney and internship coordinator at OJPC. As the summer intern coordinator for OJPC over the past 4 years, I have had the pleasure of interviewing, training, supervising, and mentoring over 50 summer interns – students from high school, college, graduate school, and law schools throughout the U.S.  We strive to provide […]

A law internship in lockdown

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How OJPC’s interns made the most of a virtual summer internship By: Lily Meyer For some law and pre-law students, summer internships mean a precisely calibrated mix of work and socialization: imagine three months at a Manhattan law firm, balancing legal research with recruitment cocktail hours and intern-class outings. But thanks to COVID-19, the social […]

Where are they now? Former OJPC intern Kristen Eby

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Kristen Eby is a Juris Doctor Candidate atĀ The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. I spent summer 2019 interning for the Ohio Justice and Policy Center. I knew the second I walked out the door after my interview that I needed to work there, and when I got the call with an offer, I […]

David Zimmerman

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David Zimmerman is a partner in the business and finance group at the law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and Emory University School of Law. Prior to moving to Cincinnati he practiced law with a large law firm in Atlanta, Georgia and was involved with several organizations […]

Kerrie Rose Clark

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Kerrie Rose Clark works for Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices where she is responsible for driving efficiencies, reducing waste, and optimizing inventory-based solutions in hospital systems across the United States. She is a certified trainer of IDEO’s human-centered design thinking approach and facilitates courses on customer centricity, innovation, and agile solutions as a critical lever […]