Job Details

Spring Internship **

Company name

New York Legal Assistance Group

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student

Location

New York City, NY

Date Last Verified

Apr 20,2018

Posted on

Jan 17,2018
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Spring Internship The student will serve as Special Litigation Intern. Will work on a broad range of substantive issues, including public benefits, consumer protection, and special education. Conduct legal research and factual investigation, draft legal memoranda and court documents, and assist with motion practice and discovery in pending lawsuits. Will also have the opportunity to attend court proceedings and/or case-related meetings and conferences. In addition, in connection with SLU's For-Profit Schools Project, will work with SLU attorneys to explore ways to provide individual and systemic relief from student loan debts for current and former students of for-profit post-secondary schools. A part-time commitment (at least 2 days per week, 12-14 hours) is required. Should have excellent research, writing, and analytical skills, and a strong commitment to public interest law. Application Period: September 1 to January 1

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Send cover letter, resume, unedited writing sample, and transcript.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
New York Legal Assistance Group
450 West 33rd Street
11th Floor
New York City, NY 10001

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