Job Details

Spring Legislative Internship **

Company name

National Center for Victims of Crime

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student

Location

Washington, DC

Date Last Verified

Apr 20,2018

Posted on

Feb 20,2016
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Profile

Spring Legislative Internship Responsibilities: Researching the real-world impact of statutes relating to crime victims’ rights, including court interpretation; Developing comparative analysis of state laws affecting crime victims; Drafting written materials regarding current policy issues; Attending congressional hearings on legislation of interest to victims of crime; Other research and writing as assigned.

Qualification and Experience

Requirements: Law school student (first or second year); Proficiency in Word and ability to learn other computer programs; Working knowledge of or strong interest in crime victim, criminal justice, or family law issues; Strong research experience and excellent writing skills.

Schedule: 10-15 hrs/wk

Company info

Susan Howley
Director
National Center for Victims of Crime
2000 M Street NW
Suite 480
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202-467-8722

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