Volunteer Law Clerk Program, Spring

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Baltimore, MD, United States

Volunteer Law Clerk Program, Spring

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Office of the Maryland Attorney General
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Anthony G. BrownAttorney General Candace McLaren Lanham Chief of Staff Carolyn Quattrocki Deputy Attorney General Volunteer Law Clerk Application Name:__ Date: _ Email: Phone: _ Law School: Year: 1L 2L 3L GPA:__ Applying for: Spring Summer Fall How to Apply: Students should submit, in PDF, this application form, cover letter, resume and unofficial transcript to Ronda Kirk at rkirk@oag.state.md.us. Please write “Law Clerk Program Application” in the subject line. Applicants who are invited for an interview may also be asked for a writing sample and references. To complete this form, use the General Practice Area section below to identify practice areas you would like to explore this term. Go to page 2 to identify specific divisions in which you have an interest. General Practice Areas: Check no more than two boxes. ?Administrative Proceedings ?Advice to Client Agencies ?Appellate Litigation ?Business and Finance ?Civil Enforcement ?Contracts ?Criminal Law ?Policy and Legislation ?Regulatory Enforcement ?Torts ?Transactions ?Trial Litigation Direct questions about the program to Ronda Kirk at rkirk@oag.state.md.us or (410) 576-6352. Please apply before October 15 for Spring, March 1 for Summer, and August 15 for Fall. Divisions Please use these spaces to indicate your top three choices from the list below. You may use the check boxes to identify any additional divisions you are interested in. For more information about the work of our office or about specific divisions, please email rkirk@oag.state.md.us or visit our website at http://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/Employment/lawclerks.aspx . 1._ _____________________ 2. _ ________________________ 3. _ _____________________ ?Aging?Antitrust?Budget and Management?Civil Litigation?Civil Rights?Consumer Mediation?Consumer Protection – Enforcement?Consumer Protection – Legislative?Contract Litigation?Correctional Litigation?Courts and Judicial Affairs?Criminal Appeals?Education (K-12)?Environment?Environmental Crimes *?Environmental Service?General Assembly?General Services?Health?Health Benefits Exchange?Health Education and Advocacy?Health Occupations Prosecution and Litigation?Higher Education?Higher Education Commission?Housing and Community Development?Human Services?Independent Investigations Unit * ?Information Technology ?Insurance Fraud * ?Juvenile Services ?Labor ?Legislative Affairs ?Lottery and Gaming ?Medicaid Fraud * ?Motor Vehicle Administration ?Natural Resources ?Opinions and Advice ?Organized Crime * ?Peoples’ Insurance Counsel ?Planning ?Public Access\Open Government ?Public Safety and Correctional Services ?Retirement and Pension ?Secretary of State (Charitable Enforcement) ?Securities ?State Highway ?State Police ?Technology Development Corporation ?Tobacco Settlement Enforcement ?Transit Administration ?Transportation Authority ?Treasurer *Criminal divisions Not every division on this list accepts a law clerk every term. You may be contacted by a division other than the ones checked above. (Rev. 10-2022)

Qualification and Experience Law Clerks should have excellent legal research and writing abilities, strong communication and team skills, a great work ethic and a good attitude. Specific schedules will be determined based upon the needs of the division and the clerk's class and extracurricular commitments, in coordination with the law clerk's supervising attorneys. Volunteer law clerks are expected to work no less than 15-20 hours per week. Law clerks may be eligible to receive course credit.


Ronda Kirk
Office of the Maryland Attorney General
200 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: 410-576-6352

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