Job Details

Law Internship Fall **

Company name

State Of New Jersey Division Of Criminal Justice

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Location

Atlantic City, NJ

Date Last Verified

Apr 21,2018

Posted on

Jan 29,2018
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Law Internship, Fall The student will work in the Appellate Bureau. Will be supervised by a Deputy Attorney General. Law interns will be exposed to a variety of substantive areas of New Jersey criminal law, and are expected to have excellent legal research and legal writing skills. Beyond the duties and responsibilities assigned by each law intern's supervisor, interns are provided opportunities to observe and work with Detectives and Deputy Attorneys General in the course of their normal job duties, including appearances before the Law Division (Criminal Part), Appellate Division, and, occasionally, the New Jersey Supreme Court. Should have outstanding interpersonal communication skills. Duration: September to November Application Deadline: July 1

Additional info

Submit completed Internship Application, resume, most recent grade report, and a legal writing sample and current unofficial transcript.

Company info

Intern Program Coordinator
State Of New Jersey Division Of Criminal Justice
Hughes Justice Complex
25 Market Street- , PO Box 085
Trenton, NJ 08625-0085
Phone: 609-984-6500

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