Job Details

Law Student Volunteer, Academic Year **

Company name

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

May 04, 2021

Valid Through

Aug 17, 2021

Posted on

Mar 07, 2021

Location

Washington, DC, United States

Employment Type

Part-time

Industry

Legal
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Profile

Law Student Volunteer, Academic Year
Interns will work directly with attorneys on cutting edge legal issues relating to a wide range of economic crime enforcement priorities. Will be involved researching novel legal issues, drafting litigation documents for active cases, analyzing policy proposals, and helping to draft Section publications.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: First (second semester only), second, and third-year law students are encouraged to apply. Semester-based legal internships are usually part-time. Must be enrolled in law school and have: (1) a strong academic background; (2) excellent research and writing skills; and (3) experience or interest in criminal issues. We encourage applicants to identify their interests and how they relate to the work of the Section. Should understand that while the Section will attempt to match their interest to
placement in the Section, assignments will be based on the Section’s needs.
Schedule: 15 hours per week
Deadline: September 30, 2021.

Additional info

Send a cover letter, a resume, a short or partial writing sample of up to 10 pages, a list of 3 references and an unofficial law school transcript.

Company info

Kiana Burgess
Intern Hiring Coordinator
US Department of Justice Criminal Division Fraud Section
10th Constitution Ave.
NW , Bond Building, 4th Floor
Washington, DC 20530

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