The intern will have the opportunity to assist with constituent communication and outreach, take notes in weekly meetings, draft official office letters, collaborate on research projects, and more. Must be college students, college graduates, and graduate students. Individuals from all majors and backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Each candidate is required to commit to at least 16 hours of work per week.
Deadline : March 15, 2021.
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2L Legal Intern
Responsibilities: Conduct legal and factual research on climate and clean air issues. Contribute to litigation filings and administrative comments advocating for public health and environmental protections. Assess the impacts of recent court decisions on U.S. Clean Air team priorities. Evaluate the health and environmental implications of pending legislation. Draft public-facing documents such as fact sheets and blog posts about legal issues. Represent EDF ... read more
Fall Semester Internship Program
Interns may experience a wide range of unique and rewarding experiences including the following: Legislative bill drafting; Researching state law; Meetings with legislators and lobbyists; Staffing legislative committee hearings during session or interim committee hearings during the interim for the office; Preparation of official annotations to Colorado appellate opinions; General legal research, Review of executive agency rules for compli... read more
Volunteer Law Students
The students will work with the Record Sealing and Expungement Clinic that helps low-income, rural clients seal or expunge their criminal record. By assisting clients, students can help increase ability to obtain employment, housing, public benefits, and access to other life-changing resources. This clinic is ideal for a paralegal or law student who wants to volunteer and wants to learn more about court form preparation, but is not able to commit to ...
Volunteer Law Students
The students will work with the Cortez Family Law Clinic that provides low-income clients from the 22nd JD (Montezuma and Dolores Counties) with advice on family law issues, including help with both new and post-decree family law cases. This includes assistance with divorce, APRs, modifications to parenting orders and child support, enforcement of child support through judgement, garnishment of wages or income reassignment, and motions to relocate. T...
Volunteer Law Students
The students will work with the Caregiver Clinic that helps low-income clients in the San Luis Valley who are primary caregivers of children to whom they are not the parent. By helping these clients obtain an adoption, guardianship or APR in relation to the child in their care, they become enabled to make necessary and vital medical and educational decisions for the child. This clinic is ideal for a law student who wants to volunteer and wants to lea...
Certified Post-2L Interns
Certified intern positions are available for law students who have completed second year at an accredited law school, are eligible for certification under Colorado's student practice rule as set forth in Colo. RCP 205.7, and have submitted the Requisite Form to the Colorado Supreme Court Attorney Registration Office. Certified interns are assigned a caseload of misdemeanor, traffic or juvenile delinquency cases. Under the supervision of a licensed...
Law Student Internship, Paid
The Office offers a unique opportunity for law students to experience the world of indigent criminal defense.
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Uncertified Post-1L and 2L Interns
The interns conduct investigation, research criminal law issues, assist public defenders in misdemeanor and felony cases. Should have excellent academic grades.
Summer Internship Program
The intern will be actively engaged in the firm's professional services world, which we believe is the best learning environment. At the completion of the internship, interns know what is expected of them at firm's and will have had a glimpse of future opportunities for professional growth and development. Interns are a vital part of business. Interns participate in training designed to develop technical skills. Experience challenging and relevant...
The candidate will be responsible for file management, preparation of simple pleadings, some witness interviews, legal research, and providing assistance to lead attorney on trial preparation, and will have the opportunity for courtroom observation. Applicants must have great attention to detail and be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. A strong desire to learn the practice of family law is required. Experience in family law is preferred. Mus...
Campaign Legal Intern
Duties: Draft proposed legislation, create new policy ideas, frame campaign strategies, conduct legal and factual research and write legal memos. Creating new policy ideas. Devising an effective campaign strategy. Conducting investigative and factual research. Conducting legal research and preparing memos. Drafting legislation. Work to get issues and opinions covered by the media, through news releases, press conferences, interviews, "op-eds," website...
Spring Semester Internship Program
Interns may experience a wide range of unique and rewarding experiences including the following: Legislative bill drafting; Researching state law; Meetings with legislators and lobbyists; Staffing legislative committee hearings during session or interim committee hearings during the interim for the office; Preparation of official annotations to Colorado appellate opinions; General legal research, Review of executive agency rules for comp... read more
Clerk will: Provide assistance and research to a district court judge in the Department. Research, study, and annotate laws, court decisions, documents, opinions, briefs, and related legal authorities to process suits, trials, hearings, appeals, and other litigated matters. Read and digest opinions, briefs, and motions and extracts excerpts pertinent to points of law and fact. Prepare briefs, legal memoranda, and statement of issues involved in a case, including ... read more
The intern must be willing to commit to working at least three months for a minimum of 20 hours per week. Internships are available throughout the year to undergraduate and graduate students. Interns working in the District Office will have an opportunity to attend community meetings, help develop Congressional events, direct constituents to appropriate resources and provide project assistance to Congressional staff. District Office internships are unpaid. read more