Job Details

Law Student Intern Program Spring **

Company name

Department Of Energy Office of the General Counsel

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Jun 06,2018

Posted on

Jan 08,2018

Location

Washington, DC
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Law Student Intern Program, Spring The Office offers an opportunity for law students to gain firsthand exposure to the fast-moving and evolving practice of energy law. The intern program is designed for a select group of law students to become integrated components of practice groups by working closely with attorneys throughout the Office of the General Counsel. Will work with the Office of Environment. Interns can expect demanding legal research and writing assignments concerning an array of energy-related practice areas, including: energy efficiency, nuclear security and non-proliferation, renewable technologies, alternate fuels vehicles, environmental compliance, intellectual property, alternative dispute resolution, and loan guarantee programs. Strong academic credentials and law journal experience are preferred. Will work for 12-14 weeks.

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Send cover letter, resume, transcript, and writing sample.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Department Of Energy Office of the General Counsel
1000 Independence Ave
S.W.
Washington, DC 20585

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