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ProfileInternship Program, Summer 2018 The candidate will be responsible for working at the firm's Office and have the opportunity to learn about court-related civil Programs; processes utilized in court-connected civil programs; managing a volunteer roster of professionals; and observe the perceptions, positions and expectations of litigants, attorneys, court staff, judges and professionals during a civil case proceeding. They may assist in evaluating the pretrial or day of trial programs. Qualified interns will also have the opportunity to observe mediation and settlement conference sessions, depending on the case load. Applications are accepted for winter, summer and fall internships. Must be self-motivated and able to operate independently with a minimum of direction. Demonstrate the maturity and flexibility needed to deal positively with a wide variety of people, including the general public. Should have experience researching legal issues, including drafting legal memorandums and briefs. Should have completed at least one year of law school including the following courses: Civil Procedure, Contracts, Legal Research and Writing, and Torts. Application deadline: April 1, 2018.
Send resume, any training certificates, as indicated on the ADR Internship Application, and a cover letter.
District Court of Maryland Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Office
251 Rowe Boulevard
Annapolis, MD 21401