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ProfileSpring 2018 Certified Legal Internship Program The intern will join Domestic Violence Division. The interns are expected to answer defense motions, conduct legal research, and appear in court with a supervising attorney. All Certified Legal Interns work closely with Assistant District Attorneys in all phases of prosecution. Interns may be assigned to work in any one of a variety of divisions within the office, as well as to any of the locations served by the office, according to staffing needs. Law students who are interested in a career in the field of criminal law are considered. Intern is given the opportunity to rotate into different assignments within the office to assist in their legal proficiency and expertise in particular practice areas. Students who apply for this program must be prepared to spend a minimum of 20 hours per week in their assignments. Students must be completed with courses in Civil Procedure and Evidence. Must apply for and be certified by the State Bar of California. Certification allows interns to research, write, and argue motions, and present evidence at suppression motions and conduct hearings in the Superior Court under the direct supervision of an experienced prosecutor. Additionally, interns may gain valuable experience in preparation of high profile cases or assist in the preparation of serious felony cases including such crimes as rape, felony assault, kidnap or murder trials. 2Ls and 3Ls only are considered.
Send Cover Letter; Resume; A copy of photo identification; Writing Sample.
San Francisco Office of the District Attorney
Hall of Justice
850 Bryant Street , Room 325
San Francisco, CA 94103