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Intern must demonstrate acceptable progress toward higher level (i.e., the Deputy Legislative Counsel class) in order to continue the employment in the class. Must successfully pass the written portion of The State Bar examination within 12 months of appointment. Should be one year of law school remaining or Law School Graduates Not yet certified by The California State Bar Association.
Intern will develop leadership capabilities and networking skills by spearheading outreach projects, will assist congressional staff with office responsibilities, will gain in-depth knowledge of the decision making process in local government, and will complete research assignments – preparing policy and event reports. Intern responsibilities will vary. Will be asked to answer phones, run errands, research legislation for the Member and legislative staff, accomp...
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.
Clinical Intern Program
The interns receive law school units for work performed. Applicants in this category must coordinate with their law school’s clinical department for entry into this assignment. Clinical Interns will work with attorneys, conduct legal research and handle assignments encompassing a wide variety of legal issues, including constitutional law related to civil rights violations and prisoner rights, labor and employment related to personnel issues, contrac...
Work-Study Intern Program
The Intern must be currently attending law school and be work-study qualified in order to accept a position in this category. Work-study interns will be assigned to the same type of work as clinical interns.
Interns should have good academic grades. 3ls can apply.
Attorney I (Transactional and Advisory Emphasis)
Duties: Handles the basic level litigation and transactional matters, which may include tort liability, insurance, procurement, contract, environmental, permit, real property, development, transit, civil rights, labor, personnel, pension, funding, public records, public meetings, and administrative law issues. Incumbents assist with developing guidelines, procedures, and forms; ensure compliance with state and federal laws and
Summer Legal internship
The intern will expose to various activities such as: Researching tax issues; Drafting memorandum and briefs; Attending administrative hearings; Formulating policy; Working on regulation projects; Implementing new programs. Interns are assigned to a particular bureau based on the Legal Division's needs and the intern’s area of interest. Interns are generally supervised by an attorney working in the assigned bureau, and receive assignments from that ...
Summer Legal internship
Intern will expose to various activities such as: Researching tax issues; Drafting memorandum and briefs; Attending administrative hearings; Formulating policy; Working on regulation projects; Implementing new programs. Will assigned to a particular bureau based on the Legal Division's needs and the intern’s area of interest. Generally supervised by an attorney working in the assigned bureau, and receive assignments from that bureau’s workload. Ar...
Duties: Under the direction of the Chief Counsel of the Office of the Director Legal Unit (OD Legal) and the Assistant Chief Counsels, representing the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), the Department, and division chiefs and managers in a variety of subject areas within the responsibility and jurisdiction of the Department. Representing the Director in workers’ compensation cases involving special funds administered by the Director (SIBTF,...
The candidate will work for a quasi-judicial body adjudicating matters under Article XIII B, section 6 of the California Constitution, by applying mandates law to statutes, regulations, and executive orders. Strong research and writing skills are required.