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Temporary Legal Intern - Summer 2018, GS 7 - 9 **

Company name

United States Sentencing Commission

Organization Type


Job Type

Law Student


USD 45972


Washington, DC

Date Last Verified

Apr 23,2018

Posted on

Mar 29,2018
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Temporary Legal Intern - Summer 2018, GS 7 - 9 Duties: The candidate will review and analysis of appellate court decisions in criminal cases and identification and entry of data pertaining to the appellate arguments related to federal sentencing. Additional duties include, but are not limited to, supporting the Office of General Counsel with general legal research relating to criminal law and procedure, application of the federal sentencing guidelines, and operation of an independent judicial agency.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: The candidate should have xcellent research, writing and cite checking skills.A law journal experience is preferred. Must have completed a2- semesters of study at an accredited law school prior to starting the internship. Candidates must be currently enrolled in law school and must be in good academic standing.

Deadline: 31 August 2018

Additional info

Announcement number 18-04

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
United States Sentencing Commission
One Columbus Circle, N.E.
Suite 2-500
Washington, DC 20002-8002
Phone: 202-502-4500

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