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Summer Legal Internship **

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Date Last Verified

Oct 06, 2021

Valid Through

Jan 19, 2022

Posted on

Feb 12, 2016


Washington, DC, United States

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Academic year Legal Internships

The intern will work in a legal department currently staffed with 2 lawyers and 1 paralegal and involves significant in-house legal and other support work for the Association. Will research and write on a variety of legal issues including First Amendment, higher education, collective bargaining, election, tax, labor, personnel, financial, and contract issues.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: 2/3 year of law school. Must have excellent analytical skills; strong writing and research skills; interest in higher education issues; enthusiasm and initiative.

Schedule: 15 hours/week

Company info

Internship Coordinator
American Association of University Professors.
1133 19th St. NW,
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036

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