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ProfileFall 2018 Internships Interns work closely with deputy city attorneys who are designated mentors on a meaningful (yet manageable) caseload. Depending on their assignments, interns can take part in client meetings with department staff and elected officials; trials, court hearings, and depositions; public meetings and closed sessions with city commissions and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors; and even press conferences related to the office’s work. City Attorney interns also benefit from events, tours and lectures that the office schedules for interns every season. Work for transportation division – Serves as general counsel to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, or SFMTA, which plans, designs, builds, operates, regulates and maintains one of the most diverse transportation networks in the world, including bike lanes, taxis and the bus and rail service known as Muni. Practice areas include: transportation plans; transactional matters, including federal, state, and local contracting; U.S. Department of Transportation and state grant requirements; real estate matters; drafting and analyzing federal, state and local legislation; Americans with Disabilities Act compliance; and other areas such as finance, construction and regulatory compliance. The Transportation Team also deals with emerging transportation methods, like jitney services and autonomous vehicles, and advises other city officials and departments on transportation-related issues. Deadline : May 25, 2018. Program length and end date: 10 weeks ending on November 2nd, 2018.
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San Francisco City Attorney's Office
City Hall, Room 234
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102