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ProfileAcademic Year Legal Internship Program Duties: Interns may perform in-depth legal research, prepare detailed legal memoranda, help draft guidance on how to comply with EEOC-enforced laws, update agency materials to reflect recent legal developments, and respond to disclosure requests made under the Freedom of Information Act or other disclosure authority. Interns may have the opportunity to attend public Commission meetings or forums covering various employment discrimination topics, and/or coordination meetings with other federal agencies.
Qualification and Experience
Qualification Requirements: Current law students may apply for unpaid positions in the Coordination and Guidance Program (2L/3L only ) and the Freedom of Information Act Program (1L's also considered). Applicant must possess strong legal research, analysis, and writing skills. Should possess a demonstrated interest in civil rights issues, labor and employment law, or public interest law. Also, students with membership on a law review, academic journal, moot court or similar organization with legal writing requirements will be considered.
Note: Academic year internships require a commitment of at least 15 hours per week.
Send a cover letter, resume, writing sample (5-10 pages) and transcript.
U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
131 M Street, NE
Fourth Floor , Suite 4NWO2F
Washington, DC 20507-0100