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Spring Internship **

Company name

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Jan 12, 2022

Valid Through

Apr 27, 2022

Posted on

Feb 24, 2020

Location

Hartford, CT, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
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Spring Internship
The intern will be placed in the Child Protection department. Will have opportunities to participate in all phases of litigation with the exception of depositions, which are infrequent. May be asked to review documents; summarize records of the client agency or community service providers; assist in identifying and securing the appearance of witnesses at trial through subpoenas to be served to potential witnesses; review permanency plans before they are filed with the court, and conduct legal research for appeals. Legal interns who are certified pursuant to Connecticut Practice Book §3-18, may appear in court and handle a case under the supervision of an attorney. Should be a law student interested in litigation and appellate practice and has demonstrated proficiency in legal writing and research. Some background in civil proceedings and evidence is preferred. Priority will be given to more experienced students.

Duration: January to May

Additional info

Submit completed internship application form, current resume, short legal or analytical writing sample, and 2 references.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Connecticut Attorney General's Office
55 Elm Street
Hartford, CT 06106

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