District Court Law Clerk
The candidate will have the opportunity to work within the Minnesota Judicial Branch at the Trial Court level, and gain insight into judicial and court processes, with a court perspective on the administration of justice. Work directly with a District Court Judge performing professional legal research, preparation of memoranda, opinions, and orders and related clerical/administrative work. This position supports the functions of a District Court J... read more
Judicial Law Clerk
The candidate work within the organisation at the Trial Court level, and gain insight into judicial and court processes, with a court perspective on the administration of justice. Judicial Law Clerks work directly with a District Court Judge performing legal research and drafting memoranda and orders. Use legal research and writing skills, work as part of a judge team, and observe all types of court calendars and proceedings. The First Judicial Distri... read more
The intern 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. May be assigned to assist in various constituent casework or work on District-based projects of importance.
Summer Session – June through August (Deadline March 31st). read more
Assistant Attorney General
The candidate will general appear on behalf of the State of Minnesota in administrative, state, and federal district and appellate courts in a wide variety of case types. Can expect excellent litigation experience in handling their own cases and helping to build and create a better, safer and more equitable Minnesota. Should be committed to public service on behalf of all Minnesotans, have demonstrable litigation or law school experience, strong ...
Criminal Investigator (Special Agent)
Duties: The candidate will investigate violations of Federal tax laws. Obtain and analyze complex financial evidence. Conduct surveillance, dignitary protection, and undercover operations. Execute search and arrest warrants. Identify and seize property used in, or acquired through, illegal activities. Testify and assist the US Attorney during trial.
Regular Law Clerk
Clerk must be second-year law students (2Ls).
Schedule: 16 to 32 hours per week.
Term: Work during both the school year and the summer. Ends approximately 30 days prior to the administration of the first bar examination after graduating law school.
Volunteer Legal Intern Program, Summer
The intern should have excellent academic grades. Academic credit may be granted.
Application Deadline: December 1
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Contract Specialist/Administrator/Negotiator, Procurement Analyst (Supvy/Non/Lead) - GS 11 – 15
The candidate will be responsible for the procurement of highly specialized equipment, components and systems for high-rise buildings and their operating systems, the construction of specialized equipment or special purpose buildings, information technology equipment and systems, professional or technical services, and/or a variety of supplies. Duties at the GS-11 and GS-12 ma...
Contract Specialist / Procurement Analyst, GS 11-13
Duties: The Be responsible for the full range of pre-award functions involving procurements (including assistance agreements), typically involving technical services or programs of research and development, specialized equipment or systems. Be responsible for the solicitation, analysis, evaluation, and negotiation of proposals and budgets. Perform acquisition planning, scheduling procurement from time of acceptance in the...
Summer Law Clerk
The candidate will have an opportunity to do the same types of legal work as regular law clerks, also having opportunities to engage in activities; attend trials, hearings, and other case events; and conduct legal research and writing.
Legal Internship Program (Summer)
The intern will gain practical experience advising agencies on the legal aspects of their mission as well as participate in complex civil litigation before administrative tribunals or assist the Justice Department in litigating matters before federal courts. Will conduct legal research on a variety of environmental and administrative law issues, as well as issues involving Indian law. Students typically draft legal memoranda, briefs and mo...
District Court Law Clerk
DUTIES: Reviews, studies and researches laws, court decisions, documents, opinions, briefs, and related legal authorities. Prepares legal memoranda, statement of issues involved and proposed orders, including appropriate suggestions or recommendations to the judge. Compiles references on laws and decisions necessary for legal determinations. Confers with judge concerning legal questions, construction of documents and granting of orders. Attends co... read more
Assistant District Attorney
The candidate should have admitted to practice law in the State of Wisconsin. Attorney who are currently employed by the State of Wisconsin are invited to apply and may be able to transfer at their current pay rate. Attorney who have left the position of Wisconsin elected District Attorney or Assistant District Attorney within the last 5 years may be able to be hired at a wage rate above the minimum. read more
Guardian ad Litem
Duties: Advocating for and representing the best interests of a child in court proceedings, with an emphasis on serving American Indian clients. Incumbents apply an intimate understanding of the provisions of the Federal Indian Child Welfare Act, the Minnesota Indian Family Preservation Act, and BIA Regulations in providing effective representation of the child’s best interests. Work involves following procedures and guidelines to ensure the responsibi... read more