New Jobs Available! Fall 2017 OCR – Session I Application Open Until Thursday, October 5 at 11:59 p.m.

The next opportunity to apply for Fall 2017 OCR opportunities, Fall 2017 – Session I, is open and applicants can apply, and modify applications, for employers in this Session until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, October 5, 2017.  Please note that there are two overlapping OCR Sessions collecting this week, so please note the appropriate deadlines for each opportunity.

Don’t forget that there are also opportunities for employment available on the Jobs Board!  OCR is one of our TWO places for you to find jobs; the other is the Stetson Law Jobs tab on Symplicity (i.e. Stetson’s “Jobs Board”).  Be sure to check the Stetson Law Jobs tab frequently, as opportunities are added here by individual employers on their own and new opportunities appear regularly.

Participating employers. Employers participating in this OCR Session include:

WilsonHCG (2Ls and 3Ls for School Year Law Clerk positions in its office(s) in Tampa, FL). The employer has provided the following information:
WilsonHCG is a global talent solutions leader that operates on the principle of providing true partnership to its clients. Delivering business-impacting talent solutions – including recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), talent consulting, contingent workforce solutions and executive search – WilsonHCG is transforming its clients’ businesses through their talent. Founded in 2002, the global headquarters is located in Tampa, Florida, with the EMEA headquarters in London and Canada headquarters in Toronto. Our global capabilities span six continents and more than 35 countries. While maximizing our clients’ talent acquisition process is essential, WilsonHCG recognizes the relationships we develop lead to the results our clients realize.  The Law Clerk position will report directly to the Corporate Counsel. This role will assist with the drafting and review of documents related to client contracts, statements of work, and contract amendments as well as business entities and transactions. They will play a large part in our compliance program, including keeping up to date on legal and regulatory changes that affect the company internally, as well as our diverse portfolio of clients. The Law Clerk will work closely with Human Resources, as well as discuss and offer opinions on HR and employment law issues. Additionally, the Law Clerk will conduct legal research and draft memoranda. Requirements: Must be a current 2L or 3L law student; Familiarity with online legal research tools and advanced search functions; Strong legal research and writing skills; The ideal candidate will have an interest in business transactions, employment law and corporate law and completed law school coursework in those areas; Must be detail oriented with strong written communication, excellent research skills, strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize projects and multitask; Must be a self-starter with the ability to take direction and run with projects from inception to completion.


All applications for OCR are via Symplicity and the “OCR” tab. Step-by-step instructions for how to apply to OCR opportunities via Symplicity are available in the Spring 2017 OCR Instructions (located in the Symplicity Document Library). Applicants can apply, and modify applications, until the deadline, as no candidate materials are sent to an employer until after the close of the application period.

Stetson Law OCR Policy AffirmationEvery student participating in OCR must complete Stetson Law’s On Campus Recruiting Policy Agreement Form (found by clicking here) before their materials will be sent to the employer.  Note that if you completed this for a prior application Session you do not need to do it again (i.e. it only needs to be done once).

Stetson Law and this Career Development staff takes enormous pride in the fact that we consistently receive positive feedback from employers on our candidates’ preparedness.  Accordingly:
(1) Each document submitted for an OCR opportunity will be reviewed to ensure that it meets the proper formatting standards.  If a candidate submits documents in an improper format, the candidate’s materials will not be given to the employer.
(2) Each candidate must submit all documents requested by the employer, and if all documents are not submitted, the candidate’s materials will not be given to the employer.
Please email Korey Henson ( with any questions.