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ProfileSummer 2018 Legal Internship Program The candidate will join Intake Subpoena Unit Division. Interns have the opportunity to work closely with prosecutors in a wide variety of areas of prosecution. Interns may also attend in-house trainings. Students who have completed at least one full year of law school are considered. Students who have completed at least their first year of law school are placed with units where they will be involved primarily in legal research-related assignments (subject to attorney approval and supervision), including: Legal Interns may assist in the preparation of felony and misdemeanor prosecutions and be allowed to observe courtroom activities. Legal Interns will be responsible for a wide variety of both clerical and legal tasks including review of case files and production of discovery. Legal Interns may be asked to review transcripts and listen to tapes and or CDs. In addition, may be asked to assist with any of the functions performed by high school, undergraduate, graduate or paralegal interns, depending on the needs of the office or unit. A minimum commitment of 16 hours per week is required. 1Ls and 2Ls are considered.
Send over Letter; Resume; Adult Background Investigation Form (Type into the form, save it, print it, and sign it before including it in the .pdf file); A copy of photo identification; Writing Sample.
San Francisco Office of the District Attorney
Hall of Justice
850 Bryant Street , Room 325
San Francisco, CA 94103