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Law Student Volunteer, Summer **

Company name

USDOJ Office of the Solicitor General

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Location

Washington, DC

Date Last Verified

Jan 20,2018

Posted on

Jan 19,2018
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Law Student Volunteer, Summer The student interns will have the opportunity to attend Supreme Court arguments and work on Supreme Court cases by performing legal research, cite checking and proofreading. Special projects may also be assigned. Students who will have finished their second year of law school by the end of the preceding summer will be consdiered. Students who are interested in constitutional law, and who want exposure to a wide variety of offices and issues within the Department of Justice are encouraged to apply. Minimum Weeks Required: 8 Application Deadline: March 15

Additional info

Send resume, transcript (unofficial is acceptable), writing sample, 3 references, dates available to work, and number of hours available per week (must be available at least 24 hours per week).

Company info

Keith A. Collyer
Deputy Executive Officer
USDOJ Office of the Solicitor General
950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
Phone: 202-514-5507

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