Have you ever considered being an attorney for the State of Florida? Even if you have not, you may want to learn about this exciting opportunity!
We are looking for skilled attorneys (good standing with the Florida Bar or being able to be successfully admitted to the bar with eight months of employment) to work on a legal team that will significantly impact resolving issues with Florida residents.
Working for the State of Florida has tremendous benefits. This job prov... read more
If you ever wanted to take your legal administration skills and put them to work for a fantastic employer, this job may be for you! Our client, the State of Florida, is looking for professionals who are organized, enjoy research, and have good writing skills (drafts, appeal notices, subpoena, etc.) as well as customer service skills. If you are that person, consider putting them to work on a team dedicated to making Florida a better place to live for all its residents.
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Spring Law Student Internship
The intern will have the unique opportunity to receive hands-on experience in the preparation of the defense of criminal cases in federal court. Interns may be asked to conduct legal research and to assist in drafting motions in limine, memoranda, and appellate briefs and/or habeas corpus petitions. They also might be asked to assist with trial preparation and case investigation, including reviewing discovery, meeting with clients, assisting w... read more
Volunteer Internship, Fall
The intern will work with Children's Legal Services. Should have excellent academic grades. 1Ls, 2Ls and 3Ls will be considered.
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Term Law Clerk
The Honorable Judge Rodolfo A. Ruiz
The candidate should preferably have class standing in Top 25%. Prior judicial clerkship experience and legal work experience post-law school are desired. Law Review/Journal experience is an asset. Moot Court participation is a plus.
Clerkship Term: August 1, 2022 to August 1, 2023.
Application Deadline: January 7, 2022.
Term Law Clerk
The Honorable Judge Rodney Smith
The candidate should preferably have class standing in Top 25%. Law Review/Journal experience is desired. Moot Court participation is an asset. Prior judicial clerkship experience and legal work experience post-law school are ideal. Bar admission in any jurisdiction would be a plus.
Clerkship Term: December 20, 2021 to December 20, 2022.
Application Deadline: September 1, 2021.
Duties: Conducts investigations and prepares pretrial services and presentence reports for the U.S. Magistrate Court and U.S. District Court. Supervises persons on pretrial services, probation, supervised release and parole supervision. Conducts investigations and provides evaluations and recommendations to the Courts and U.S. Parole Commission regarding compliance with condition of supervision. Utilizes principles of Evidence Based Practices to assess ri... read more
Tax Law Specialist - GS 13
The candidate will support programs such as the simultaneous examination program, mutual legal assistance treaty program, mutual collection assistance program and the simultaneous criminal investigation program. In coordination with counsel may have to provide tax treaty interpretation to internal and external stakeholders. A TLS will have to balance an inventory of cases containing these various issues and provide high level customer service to ... read more
Supervisory Attorney (Estate Tax Group Manager) - IR 04
The candidate will be responsible for assigning, directing, and reviewing the work of subordinate employees. Will use leadership skills and management techniques for planning, scheduling, and coordinating work operations, planning and carrying out the training and development of employees, evaluating employees' work performance, and in performing all other related administrative functions. Generally, will direct the w... read more