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Profile2018 Fall Legal Internship Intern will be called upon to conduct legal research on a variety of environmental and administrative law issues, as well as issues involving Indian law. Students typically draft legal memoranda, briefs and motions, and assist with discovery in active federal cases. Students may participate in conference calls and strategy sessions with other agency counsel, including Justice Department lawyers and agency officials. There may be additional opportunities to attend hearings and meetings in the Washington, D.C. area. Because of unique responsibilities to support the Department’s programs to benefit American Indians and Alaska Natives, Native American candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Must be a student in good standing at an accredited law school with excellent legal research and writing skills. Closing Date : May 1, 2018.
Send: Resume with 2 professional or academic references; Completed Request for Consideration Form (designate locations/organizations for which wish to be considered). Cover Letter addressed to “To Whom It May Concern”. Copy of most recent transcript (official or unofficial); Writing Sample (no more than 3 pages).
US Department of the Interior Office of the Solicitor
P.O. Box 25047
Denver, CO 80225-0047