Careers

Boardman Clark has an extraordinary track record in retaining an excellent staff at all levels. We find and retain great people because of the positive, flexible, and supportive working environment we have created. Our people truly are our priority, and the quality and demeanor of those who work here proves it.

At Boardman Clark, you can be a part of an innovative, forward-thinking environment where your practice can follow your unique vision. While you will definitely find the professional potential that comes with working with a top-tier law firm, what sets us apart is a refreshing culture built on a commitment to our people, our clients, and our community as a whole.


Summer Clerkship Program

As a clerk, you’ll have unmatched professional resources and will be given the opportunity to grow your legal skills and build professional networks. Read more about our program, here.


Lateral Opportunities

We always have an eye out for talented attorneys who can add to the depth and breadth of experience of our various practice areas. If you are considering a new home for your established practice, consider talking to Boardman Clark. Our esteemed reputation in the legal community and truly one-of-a-kind firm culture have made us the standout option for numerous attorneys searching for the ideal place to carry on their practices. 

For lateral-related inquiries, please contact Attorney Evan Tenebruso.


Current Openings

  • Litigation Paralegal

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  • Trusts & Estates Legal Assistant

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Final ARPA Rule May Facilitate Infrastructure Projects to Provide Government Services

Municipal Law Newsletter | 01.28.22

In early January, the US Treasury Department released its final rule pertaining to the American Rescue Plan Act (“ARPA”), adopting Treasury’s interim final rule published on May 17, 2021, but with certain amendments. Perhaps the most significant amendment to the interim final rule for many smaller municipalities considering various infrastructure projects is the new provision allowing municipalities to use up to $10,000,000 of ARPA funds for “government services.”