Job Details

Spring Hearings Internship Program **

Company name

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Organization Type


Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Aug 13,2019

Valid Through

Nov 26,2019

Posted on

Jan 02,2016


Los Angeles, CA, United States

Employment Type



  Employer Sponsored Job (Free to apply to)
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Spring Hearings Internship Program
Law students will participate in the administrative hearing process working closely with organization's administrative judges. Will have extensive exposure to civil rights litigation and will have an opportunity to work with organization's administrative judges and civil rights advocacy groups, plaintiffs’ attorneys and defense counsel. Will assist with pretrial and settlement conferences. Will prepare legal memoranda, draft orders, respond to motions (including motions for summary judgment) and will draft findings of fact and conclusions of law for use by the administrative judge in rendering a decision on employment discrimination cases. Will have a rare and extensive opportunity to hone legal writing skills in real life situations by drafting actual decisions. Will receive an opportunity to develop legal skills and not perform mundane tasks. In preparation for some written assignments, the student will attend pretrial conferences and hearings, providing an opportunity to observe counsel present evidence and argue cases. Subsequent to the hearing, the student will discuss with the administrative judge the evidence presented and the applicable law. Will work under the direct supervision of the Supervisory Administrative Judge and several other experienced Administrative Judges. Specific cases will be identified that present legal issues, including disability law, sexual harassment and other areas of employment discrimination. The student will be assigned progressively more complex casework throughout the summer or semester. In addition to the varied other assignments, one case will be identified for the student to follow through its entirety, and the student will have significant responsibility to draft findings of fact and conclusions of law. The student will work with increasing independence, but always under the direct supervision of an administrative judge. The student will meet often with one of the administrative judges and there will be frequent interim review of written documents. In addition to more formal supervision, the student will have opportunities to discuss general legal matters with the administrative judges and will attend staff meetings, oral case presentations and other office discussions.

Note: Interns are expected to work a minimum of 15 hours per week.

Additional info

Send a cover letter, resume and short writing sample.

Company info

Diane Gross
Administrative Judge
US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
255 East Temple St.
4th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: 1-800-669-4000
Fax: 213-894-1118

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