Honors Fellowship Program
The candidate will work closely with senior attorneys, Honors Fellows will quickly gain experience in legal research; discovery; motions practice; brief writing; and client interactions. Should expect deposition and courtroom experience. Should be third-year law students graduating from accredited law schools in May 2020 and recent graduates and completing full-time judicial clerkships or full-time government, academic, or public-interest fellowsh... read more
Fall Student Honors Program
The candidate work for division : Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations.
Work with Staff members on projects covering a broad range of the Commission’s mission, such as conducting investigations of industry and issuer practices, assisting in the litigation of enforcement actions, and drafting proposed statutes and rules. Must have the equivalent of a 3.0 or B average. 2Ls can apply. read more
Assistant Appellate Defender
The candidate will represent indigent clients on motions for new trial in Georgia's superior courts and on direct appeals to the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia. Other duties may include the provision of assistance and training to public defenders across the state, as well as to other lawyers who represent indigent criminal clients on appeal. Should have strong legal research, writing, and oral-advocacy skills and should have a de... read more
Appellate Contract Attorney
The candidate will join appellate substantive and procedural practice. Will also handle: Step-by-step support from Appellate Programs; A Lexis-Nexis research account; Sample motions, briefs, and other pleadings; Assistance with client managements; Access to firm’s brief bank; Training from firm's staff and other experts; Help with issue-spotting & strategy with Mastermind Sessions; Access to firm’s forensic science expertise.
Intern will work for Central Appellate Division. Students will gain hands-on experience representing indigent defendants on criminal appeals. Intern will partner with experienced appellate attorneys to review trial court records, analyze legal issues, draft pleadings, and attend court proceedings in actual criminal cases from the motion to new trial level through direct appeal. Students will also watch oral arguments first-hand in the Court of Appeals of Georgia, on...
Intern - Central Office Appellate Division
Interns will partner with experienced appellate attorneys to review trial court records, analyze legal issues, draft pleadings, and attend court proceedings in actual criminal cases from the motion to new trial level through direct appeal. Students will also watch oral arguments first-hand in the Court of Appeals of Georgia, one of the busiest intermediate appellate courts in the country, as well as this state’s highest court, t...
Assistant Public Defender III
The candidate, under broad supervision, is responsible for the administration and direction of the defense team engaged in felony cases handled by the Circuit Public Defender Office. Advises and counsels other attorneys as to the case management practices of handling the assigned cases. Demonstrates a mastery of criminal litigation; jury trial experience as a lead counsel in felony cases. May act as the designated supervising attorney. Directs...
The interns may be asked to do a variety of things, including day-to-day office work such as answering phones, writing letters and assisting with media clips. In addition, interns may be assigned to assist in various constituent case work or work on District-based projects of importance.
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Client by Client Conflict Attorney
The candidate will accept assigned cases on an ad hoc basis for indigent defendants where the local public defender office has declared a conflict of interest. Should be a member in good standing of the State Bar of Georgia. Must be willing to accept all assigned cases in Juvenile and/or Superior Court in a designated geographic area. Should have experience in criminal trial litigation. Must have a law practice with necessary support whic...
Intern work a minimum of 10 hours per week under the supervision of an attorney conducting investigations, interviewing witnesses, preparing cases for trial and
appear in court as student prosecutors.
Duties : Review, investigate, prosecute or defend, and resolve criminal cases on behalf of the of the County or State of Georgia in an assigned legal office or County department; act as lead attorney for misdemeanor and lowest-level felony trial cases of routine complexity; and assist in more complex cases as assigned. Conducts initial case evaluations as assigned; reviews case file and analyzes the facts and evidence of the case; may assess client eligibility ...
Assistant Public Defender I
The candidate, under close supervision of the supervising attorney, is responsible for conducting legal research including researching precedents in cases. Prepares and disseminates complex documents; compiles and prepares subpoenas, pleadings, etc. Develops and modifies forms and procedures. Deliver legal pleadings. Provides support and assistance to supervising attorney on a variety of legal matters. Responds to requests for information and pr...
Assistant Public Defender II
The candidate, under general supervision, is responsible for litigating cases handled by the Circuit Public Defender Office. Writes legal opinions, interprets laws. Conducts legal research including researching precedents. Provides recommendations and advice on the legal implications of current processes affecting cases; functions as co-counsel at trials, assisting the supervising attorney as needed. May train and supervise law student interns....