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Law Student Volunteer, Summer 2018 The internship will involve in-depth research and analysis of legal issues, as well as preparation of legal memoranda and draft decisions that immigration judges will take under advisement. Throughout the internship, interns will report directly to their assigned mentor Attorney Advisor for supervision and feedback on their written work. Interns will also have the opportunity to discuss their written work and research with the judges at the Court. Interns can expect to complete assignments, which they may later use as writing samples. In addition, interns will be able to observe all types of matters brought before the Court and participate in field trips to other immigration government offices such as the Anaheim Asylum Office and U.S. Customs and Border Protection in San Diego. Should demonstrate a strong background and interest in immigration law. Must be enrolled in law school at the time of application and during the course of their internships. Application Deadline: February 23, 2018.
Submit resume, transcript (official or unofficial), writing sample (maximum 10 pages), three references, and a cover letter.
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