Job Details

Summer Internship **

Company name

Lawyers' Committee For Civil Rights Under Law

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Jun 14,2018

Posted on

Jan 02,2018

Location

Washington, DC
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Summer Internship The intern will be assigned to work primarily with one of the following projects or initiatives: Criminal Justice. Assignments for each intern vary by project, are generally asked to draft legal documents, write legal research memoranda, and conduct factual investigations. Intern work under the close supervision of experienced civil rights attorneys. Law and graduate students who complete an internship with the Lawyers’ Committee will gain invaluable experience in the field of civil rights and exposure to the exciting work of a non-profit legal organization. Must have strong research and writing abilities, and a demonstrated commitment to civil rights and/or social justice. Should be able to commute to the Committee’s downtown office for at least two days a week during the academic year. Note : Summer interns must work a minimum of 37.5 hours a week for at least 8 weeks during the summer.

Company info

Internship Coordinator
Lawyers' Committee For Civil Rights Under Law
1450 G Street, NW
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20005

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