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Graduate Law Clerk
The one-year clerkship term begins in August. Hiring begins in the fall of the preceding year. A typical clerkship involves: Interviewing clients and visiting them in jail; Researching and writing pretrial motions; Providing trial support to attorneys; Litigating motions in court and Working on a variety of cases including misdemeanor, felony and juvenile. Many of CCPD’s attorneys have previously clerked or externed for the office.
Deadline: 3rd Monda...
2L Summer Clerkship:
The candidate must be certified by the State Bar to make supervised court appearances.
Summer Law Clerk
The candidate will work directly on immigration cases such as citizenship, relief for victims of domestic violence and other crimes, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, removal defense, and other humanitarian relief cases. Assist with case preparation under the direction of a staff attorney. This may include consulting with and interviewing clients, writing client and witness declarations and other documents, compiling evidence, completing immigration ap
Information Technology Specialist (Customer Support), GS 07-11
Duties: Resolving customer-related technical software and hardware problems. Diagnosing and/or resolving problems in response to a customer-reported incident via trouble tickets. Planning and delivery of IT customer support services. Submitting recommendations to improve the efficient use of the system and responding to special requests for system data. Maintaining and updating system files necessary to control a
Intern - 2023
The intern will participate as a member of the engagement team by performing audit or review procedures on client financial statements. Participate on a variety of engagements in auditing, consulting, and reporting over operational, compliance and financial information. This includes performing internal control and process assessments, testing internal controls, preparing process and internal control documentation, developing recommendations for improvement, an
Staff Counsel Summer Associate (Internship)
The Summer Associate will be responsible for providing legal research, preparing discovery, drafting briefs, and motions, and observing proceedings in various courts. Will receive mentoring including attending depositions, court appearances, and trials/hearings. Interact with business partners and clients as appropriate and will receive substantive feedback on assignments. Must be currently attending an accredited law school.
Summer 2023 Tax Internship
The candidate must have enrolled as a student during the current school year in an accounting, law, or related business program, with sufficient course work and credits to sit for the CPA and/or Bar exam in the state you are being considered before beginning full-time employment. Able?to work?full?time?for the duration of the internship. Eligible to work in the U.S. without sponsorship during the intern program and as a full-time employee. Outstand
Product Policy Intern (Trust & Safety) - 2023 Summer
The candidate will analyze content safety issues, and support the development of effective policy solutions. Will conduct qualitative research on complex issue areas, summarize scholarly findings or best practices, and draft platform recommendations. Compile and assess platform case examples for policy analyses, proposals, presentations, and training materials. Must be currently enrolled in a degree program for a Ph.D., JD
Intern Duties Include: Legal Research, Observing Court Proceedings, Observing Plea Bargains, Pre-trial Motions, Trial Practice. 2L and 3L students to work under the Student Practice Act to handle cases in County Court. Positions are also available for 1L students performing research in the appeals section.
The students will have the ability to enhance their legal training under the supervision of experienced litigators and community lawyers. Experiences such as participating in client intake, developing cases, representing clients in administrative hearings, litigating, researching, and writing are among the hands-on experiences one may have during the internship. Experience in researching state and federal issues is required. Should have demonstrated ability to pro
Academic Year Internship
The candidate must have good academic grades.
Volunteer Law Clerk
The clerk will have the opportunity to work with front line staff to become familiar with the law firm and community needs, as well as work directly with staff and clients on ongoing cases and projects.