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ProfileFALL 2018 Internships Intern typically work with at least two to three attorneys, who provide ongoing professional feedback and keep interns involved as team members and part of the office’s broader attorney-client relationship with city departments, commissions and officials. Depending on their assignments, interns can take part in client meetings with department staff and elected officials; trials, court hearings, and depositions; public meetings and closed sessions with city commissions and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors; and even press conferences related to the office’s work. City Attorney interns also benefit from events, tours and lectures that the office schedules for interns every season. Special programming offers an inside-view of important and sometimes surprising work required of lawyers for a city as innovative, fast-growing and unique as San Francisco. Work for Tax– Advises the Assessor-Recorder and Treasurer-Tax Collector. This team drafts tax legislation, represents the City in administrative proceedings involving tax matters and works on the litigation involving tax issues. Students must be currently enrolled in an accredited law school are eligible to participate in the City Attorney’s intern program. Must be enrolled at an accredited law school and be able to work a minimum of 12 hours per week during the spring and fall. Deadline : May 25, 2018. Program length and end date: 10 weeks ending on November 2nd, 2018.
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San Francisco City Attorney's Office
City Hall, Room 234
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102