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Law Student - Government in Salem, OR **

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Oregon Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General

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Job Type

Law Student


Salem, OR

Date Last Verified

Jan 19,2018

Posted on

Jan 18,2018

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Law Clerk, School Year The law students to provide legal support to Assistant Attorneys General. A law clerk's usual duties will be to perform library research or to investigate factual matters and provide a written product. The final result may be used by the supervising attorney as background, it may be incorporated as part of an opinion or legal document, or it may itself be a finished product such as a brief, memorandum, pleading or opinion. Law clerks are assigned to particular divisions, and to sections within those divisions. Law clerks are assigned by Attorneys in Charge or designated law clerk supervisors to work with individual attorneys on a case-by-case basis, with assignments ranging from finding a single citation to working on a project for weeks or even months. A law clerk may be working on several projects for several attorneys simultaneously. If court-certified, law clerks in some sections appear in court, argue motions, and present evidence including examination of witnesses. Will work in the Child Advocacy Section - Civil Enforcement Division. Must be a current first or second year law student enrolled in an accredited law school. Start Date: May 2018 Application Deadline: January 21, 2018.

Additional info

JOB CODE: DOJLC2018. Submit resume (1-2 pages), letter of interest, copy of writing sample (3-5 pages), and most recent law school transcript (if available, and does not need to be an official copy).

Company info

Mistie Slauson
Oregon Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General
1162 Court Street NE
Salem, OR 97301-4096
Phone: 503-378-5595