Principal Law Clerk to a sitting Judge of the Civil Court of the City of New York, County of New York. Please have: (i) excellent legal research and writing skills; (ii) solid academic credentials; and (iii) two years or more as a practicing New York attorney. Thank you. read more
Paralegal - Attorney General's Office
The candidate will provide paralegal support to the attorneys and Administrative Division. Should have 5+ years of prior experience working in a law firm. Must have experience working in document management systems and be able to prioritize while working under tight time constraints. Ability to manage large document productions, strong written and oral communication skills as well as solid analytical skills.
Closing date: 10/24/18 read more
Hydrologic Technician, GS-1316-05/06 Recent Graduate (RG – AG)
Duties: As a Hydrologic Technician with the Maryland/Delaware/DC Water Science Center, some of specific duties will include: Planning, building, modifying and/or disassembling data-collection site infrastructure. Testing, maintaining, and troubleshooting electronic instrumentation used to collect hydrologic data. Collecting hydrologic data for stream stage and discharge using a variety of instruments under a... read more
The Law clerks join Civil Divisions. Expected to provide assistance with legal research, document drafting, preparation of memoranda, review of hearing transcripts, witness interviews and case strategy-decision making under the supervision of Assistant U.S. Attorneys. The Law Clerk Summer Program is designed to provide 1L law students with valuable legal experience and allow the attorneys in the office to benefit from their skills and insight. Will
The City offers clerkships to law school students. Should have excellent academic grades.
Areas of Exposure: Municipal Law, Housing, Zoning, Employment, Civil Rights, Environmental Law, Government Contracts, Litigation, and Property/Tax/Claims.
Stipend Amount: $12.50/hour
Application Deadline: March
The law students may apply after first year of law school. Interns assist with legal research and writing projects, as well as trial preparation.
Areas of Exposure: Municipal Law, Housing, Zoning, Insurance, Municipal Finance, Employment, Civil Rights, Environmental Law, Government Contracts, and Litigation.
Application Deadline: January
The Law Department offers internships to highly qualified candidates to
introduce them to banking law and the work of the firm's Office. Preferred Background: Criminal Law, Securities, Labor Law, Education Law, Public Benefits, Evidence, Contracts, Policy, Administrative Law. Preferred Class: 1L.
Intern work with attorneys and conduct legal research, prepare memoranda, draft appellate briefs, write decisions of the Board and monitor legislation. Preferred Background: Criminal Law; Securities; Policy; Education Law; Public Benefits Evidence; Contracts; Labor Law; Administrative Law:
Preferred Class: 1L.
Deadlines: April 1.
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Intern are involved in the day-to-day operations of the General Counsel's Office. They work closely with the General Counsel, the Assistant General Counsel, and other NEA staff on a broad range of projects. Interns will be introduced to a variety of issues that pertain to administrative law, nonprofit arts organizations, and federal grantmaking.
Preferred Background: Contracts; Labor Law; Administrative Law.
Preferred Class: 2L.
Deadlines: January 1.
The **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. (OAG) is seeking an experienced litigator to lead the Bureau of Internet and Technology (BIT) in New York City. The BIT Bureau Chief will supervise attorneys and support staff in their investigations, case development, and affirmative lawsuits on behalf of the Office. The Bureau Chief also has the opportunity to serve as the lead litigator and trial attorney in civil actions brought by the Bureau.
The office allows interns to be exposed to all facets of a city attorney, attend committee meetings, work in District Court, and perform legal research, draft briefs, and assist with drafting of proposed ordinances. Students gain extensive trial experience. Law students are considered.
Areas of Exposure: Municipal Law, Housing, Zoning, Utilities, Insurance, Municipal Finance, Employment, Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Environmental Law, Government Contrac...
The interns are assigned to a supervising attorney and given responsibility of various projects. Law students are considered.
Areas of Exposure: Municipal Law, Zoning, Utilities, Insurance, Municipal Finance, Employment, Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Government Contracts, and Litigation.
Application Deadline: December