Job Details

Spring Semester Volunteer Law Intern **

Company name

USDOJ Office of the Pardon Attorney

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

May 31,2018

Posted on

Mar 14,2018

Location

Washington, DC
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2019 Spring Semester Volunteer Law Intern Interns will assist the Office's attorneys and paralegals in case-processing tasks, such as obtaining the reports needed to evaluate a clemency case, building electronic case files, preparing drafts of reports to the President on selected cases, as well as preparing responses to correspondence. Special research projects may be assigned by Office attorneys as need dictates, and may include historical and legal research. Second-year law students (Summer students will have completed their first year of law school by start date) can apply. Must have word processing skills and ability to quickly learn new information technology. Students with an interest in criminal justice, constitutional law, administrative law, or prisoner rights would be good matches for this Office. Deadline for submitting applications for 2019 Spring Semester: October 1, 2018. Required start date for 2019 Spring Semester: January 22, 2019 (minimum of 16 hours per week and 12 week commitment)

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
USDOJ Office of the Pardon Attorney
500 First Street, N.W.,
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20530

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