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ProfileSpring Volunteer Internship The intern will work in the Organized Crime division. Will have the opportunity to learn about the criminal justice system firsthand and work closely with all levels of staff, from deputy district attorneys to investigators to support staff, as well as have contact with other court and law enforcement staff. Students who have completed first year of law school are eligible. Clerks are placed in offices where they will be involved primarily in legal research-related assignments in specialized units and divisions. May assist in the preparation of felony and misdemeanor prosecutions, observe courtroom activities. Review transcripts for inconsistent statements. Sit in on trial strategy discussions. Compose drafts of motions and memoranda. Obtain restitution information. Contact or check in victims or witnesses. Assemble case evidence notebooks. Sort and analyze evidence. Assist with any of the duties listed above for undergraduate students. Duration: January 1 to May 31 Application Period: September 1 to November 15
Submit completed application form with current resume and copy of official, valid photograph for identification. Visit website for more information.
Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office
210 West Temple St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012