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Internship Program Fall **

Company name

New York State Division of Human Rights

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Jul 20,2018

Posted on

Jul 19,2018

Location

Hauppauge, NY
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Internship Program, Fall 2018 The intern, under the supervision of investigators at regional offices throughout the state, will experience how the Division investigates complaints. This experience will encompass exposure to assisting in intake, case analysis, document requests and reviews, witness interviews, and drafting investigation reports. Interns will have the added opportunity to observe conferences and hearings in most regional offices. Will be responsible for: intake of cases; document requests and reviews; case analysis; witness interviews; and drafting investigative reports. 1st year law student will be considered. Application Deadline: September 10, 2018.

Additional info

Job ID: 106792. Submit application which includes contact information; academic background; occupational, employment and geographic preferences; and activity involvement preferably with resume; 2-3 page writing sample illustrating your writing and analytical skills; and a letter of recommendation are optional.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
New York State Division of Human Rights
State Office Building
Veterans Memorial Building
Hauppauge, NY 11787
Phone: 518-473-9945

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