Job Details

Law Student Volunteer Spring **

Company name

USDOJ Office Of Professional Responsibility

Organization Type


Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Jun 18,2018

Posted on

Jan 19,2018


Washington, DC
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Law Student Volunteer, Spring 2018 The legal interns work closely with firm's attorneys to investigate (collect and review information and interview witnesses and subjects), analyze the law and the facts, and draft reports of investigation. Interns research legal issues related to the law and rules of professional conduct; conduct factual analysis, write memoranda and reports; and perform other tasks as required. Must be enrolled in an accredited law school and have completed the first year of law school. An interest in criminal law, professional responsibility, or legal ethics is helpful. Must have excellent legal research and critical analytic thinking skills, and excellent writing capability. Must be a United States citizen. Spring Semester 2018 - Two legal intern positions either part-time (16-20 hours/week) or full time (32-40 hours/week). Externships will be considered.

Additional info

Send a cover letter, resume, three professional references, law school transcript (official or unofficial), and an analytic writing sample.

Company info

John Sciortino
Assistant Counsel
USDOJ Office Of Professional Responsibility
950 Penn. Ave, N.W.,
Room 3535
Washington, DC 20530

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