Job Details

Spring Internship **

Company name

Maricopa County Attorneys Office

Organization Type


Job Type

Law Student


Phoenix, AZ

Date Last Verified

Feb 08,2018

Posted on

Jan 05,2018
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Spring Internship The intern will join Preliminary Juvenile Crimes Division. This internship will give the student a hands-on inside look at how juvenile crimes are prosecuted in a large metropolitan area. Interns will be exposed to Juvenile Criminal Law, Criminal Sentencing, Evidence and the Juvenile Rules of Procedure. Interns will perform many varied tasks including legal research and writing, trial preparation, witness preparation, involvement with witness interviews, conducting bench trials, and assisting with special projects and assignments within the division. Intern will have an opportunity to work in the 3 rd largest prosecutorial agency in the county. The intern program provides a realistic view of what it is like to practice law in the firm’s Office. Students who have completed either their 1L or 2L year are considered. Must have completed their third semester may have the opportunity to be a Certified Limited Practice Student if they meet the criteria set forth by the Arizona Supreme Court Rule 38(d).

Additional info

Send a resume, unofficial transcript and writing sample with application.

Company info

Jason Kalish
Bureau Chief
Maricopa County Attorneys Office
11 W. Jefferson,
2nd Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003

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