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Internship, Spring **

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The Office of the Associate Attorney General

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Law Student


Washington, DC

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Nov 12,2017
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Internship, Spring The program is designed to provide students with a challenging experience that reflects the demands and rewards of public service. Will work in the Civil Litigation Division. Interns will be taught a variety of interesting legal tasks such as assisting attorneys with legal research, motions, advice memos, discovery, trial, or office matters. On any given day, interns may be researching, gathering documents, answering interrogatories, or taking notes during a witness deposition. May assist attorneys at trial or a hearing, and enjoy seeing first hand how to select a jury or make a dynamic opening statement. Will also develop legal writing and research skills by receiving training in Lexis research, and understanding how to apply various federal, state, and common laws to cases. Develop legal writing skills by drafting motions, advice memos, mediation statements, or case briefs. Law students in good academic standing will be considered. Application Deadline: November 30

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Submit cover letter, resume, writing sample (3-5 pages), transcripts (unofficial acceptable), and completed EEO form (optional).

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