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Legislative Interns should be eager to learn more about the legislative process. Additionally, upperclassmen and students with strong ties to the state of Washington will be given preference in the application process. Responsibilities include verbal and written communication with constituents and government agencies, research into federal government concerns and general administrative duties. Interns should be interested in government and have excellent ...
Unpaid Internship - Summer Session: June to August
Interns will work in the areas of legislation, press or scheduling and help ensure the smooth operation of her Capitol Hill office. Also work alongside outreach staff and have the opportunity to learn firsthand about the constituent advocacy process.
Candidates will be rising sophomores or later in college (or recent graduates) who demonstrate leadership, thoughtfulness, creativity, a strong attention to detail, and a s...
Family Law Paralegal
The candidate must have 2+ years of experience working as a paralegal in a family law office. Should also have experience with billable hour requirements and use of billing software (i.e., Timeslips, TABS). Excellent organizational (filing/case management), writing, and interpersonal skills with members of the office and the client base are needed. Experience in drafting family law pleadings from the beginning of the case to the end for the attorney's ...
Family Law Attorney
The candidate must be a Washington-licensed attorney with 2+ years of experience in family law, including extensive, family law-related, courtroom experience (e.g., motion hearings, trial).
The candidate must have excellent academic grades. Student experiences include: administrative support, legislative research, constituent services, policy research, and correspondence. Law students are considered.
Application Deadline: April 30
The candidate will be an integral part of the Company’s in-house corporate legal department. Will support the members of the department’s professional staff with paralegal projects in the area of contract administration, general corporate legal and compliance work and other special projects as assigned. Contract Administration: A material portion of this position’s work will be devoted to assisting in the legal review of sales contracts for our global cus...
Law Clerkship, Summer 2016
The law clerks will, under the supervision of highly experienced staff attorneys, serve as part of a statewide team of legal services advocates who work cooperatively, with other providers, in bringing high quality representation to the State's indigent population. Dependent on the office, substantive priorities may include family law, housing, consumer, employment, public benefits and education. Law clerks will experience the realities of a lega...
The internship program is a hands-on learning experience that allows interns to work side-by-side with professional staff. The state interns work with staff members in Senator's offices throughout Washington state, directly interacting with the public and learning firsthand about the constituent advocacy process. Interns will help field constituent requests, communicate with federal government agencies, research, and interact with the public and local group...
Spring Internship Program
The applicants should have good academic grades. Students' experiences include: Administrative support, legislative research, constituent services, policy research, and correspondence. Law students will be considered.
Application Deadline: November 1.
Legislative Interns should be eager to learn more about the legislative process. Additionally, upperclassmen and students with strong ties to the state of Washington will be given preference in the application process. Responsibilities include verbal and written communication with constituents and government agencies, research into federal government concerns and general administrative duties. Interns should be interested in government and have excellent wr...