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Spring Internship The interns participate in Institute events for no fee and have a series of lunch meetings with VIPs, such as newspaper editors, radio personalities, key local leaders and elected officials. Will work with the Constitution Studies. Will gain real-world experience in legal research. The intern most often acts as a research assistant to one of the most credible Constitution scholars in America. Projects can vary widely and an intern should be prepared for diverse assignments of varying levels of complexity. Must currently be in law school and have already completed a legal research class. Good research, writing, and office skills are essential. Familiarity with MS Office is helpful. Must have strong oral and written communications skills, and be able to work effectively and independently.
Submit current resume with cover letter, completed application, writing sample (10 pages - written for class), and law school transcripts.
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