* 1. Co-op Requirements:
  1. Co-op must be for a minimum of 11 weeks
  2. Co-op must be for a minimum of 35 hours per week
  3. Co-op duties must consist of substantial practical legal work such as legal research drafting, client interaction, and/or courtroom experience where appropriate
  4. Co-op student must be supervised by an attorney or judge
  5. Co-op student must receive a written evaluation from the supervising attorney at the end of the co-op experience that will become part of the student's permanent academic record
In certain cases, exceptions may be pre-approved by the Center for Co-op and Career Development to requirements 3 and 4.

* 2. Employer (Organization) Name

* 3. Contact Full Name: This should be the name of the person who will be our primary point of contact for your office (e.g. this person will be the person to receive student application packets and inquiries from our office).

* 4. Contact Title

* 5. Is contact a NUSL graduate?

* 6. Contact Email Address

* 7. Please Re-enter Email Address

* 8. Street Address

* 9. City

* 10. State/Territory

* 11. Zip/Postal Code

* 12. Country

* 13. Phone Number

* 14. Your Name (Please enter your name here if you are not the primary contact. If you are a NUSL alumnus/a, please include your class year).

* 15. Your Email Address (Please enter your email address here if you are not the primary contact).

* 16. Name of supervising attorney for co-op students (if different from Primary Contact).

Please note that the co-op supervisor must be a judge or an attorney in good standing.

* 17. Employer Website

* 18. Number of Attorneys

* 19. Number of NUSL Graduates

* 20. Employer Description (This will appear in your employer record and co-op job posting in our system).

* 21. Primary Area(s) of Practice for the co-op internship opportunity (Please check all that apply).

* 22. Primary Area(s) of Practice for your organization as a whole (Please check all that apply).

* 23. Co-op Placement Description & Anticipated Student Responsibilities (This text will be used in the description in your co-op job posting).

* 24. Preferred documents (the documents you would like to receive in application packets)

* 25. Required Documents (Please note that students who do not have any documents listed as required will not be able to apply to your position. e.g. a second-year student who has completed one co-op but whose supervisor has not yet submitted an evaluation for her would not be able to apply for a position that lists Co-op Evaluations as a required document).

* 26. Salary (If none available, please write 'unfunded').

* 27. If your office is not able to offer compensation, and is a non profit or government office, you may be eligible to arrange a contract with the university as a Work Study employer. If you are interested in learning more about this option, please indicate below.

* 28. Is your location accessible by public transportation? If yes, please specify transit options.

* 29. Additional Requirements: Please list any additional requirements for this co-op position.

* 30. Application Timing: How far in advance of the internship start date would your office prefer to receive applications?

* 31. Upper-year students at Northeastern School of Law are on a quarter system, spending every other quarter in class and every other quarter on co-op. The quarters run roughly as follows: Summer: June - August; Fall: September - November; Winter: December - February; Spring: March - May.

Employers can be automatically listed as seeking student interns for some or all quarters, or they can receive inquiries from us each quarter about their intern needs for the upcoming quarter. Please indicate your preference for each quarter.

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* 33. Equal Opportunity Policy: Please view Northeastern's Equal Opportunity Policy here: http://www.northeastern.edu/policies/pdfs/Policy_on_Equal_Opportunity.pdf

* 34. Evaluation Requirement: Co-op employers must submit a performance evaluation for each student upon completion of a co-op. These evaluations become part of the students' permanent academic records.

* 35. Organization Equal Opportunity Policies and Grievance Procedures