The intern will gain valuable experience related to the criminal justice system and local law enforcement. Will work with the assistant district attorneys and other staff members as they process, investigate, and prosecute criminal cases, as well as provide support to crime victims. Given assignments that expose them to a wide range of prosecutorial functions that include, reviewing cases, assembling case evidence notebooks, researching and writing, revie... read more
The intern will have opportunity to assist trial attorneys with the preparation of cases from warrant to trial. Will be exposed to a wide range of prosecutorial functions that include, reviewing cases, assembling case evidence notebooks, researching and writing, reviewing transcripts, sorting and analyzing evidence, and observing witness interview and court proceedings. Will handle matters before court, such as pleas, probation revocations, motion hearing... read more
Interns will do a variety of legal research and writing on issues for litigation purposes or for other environmental advocacy efforts. Depending on the project area, research may involve federal and state environmental statutes and regulations, including procedural and evidentiary issues. In addition to doing research, will be immersed in case and project management, and encouraged to partake in educational out-of-office opportunities. May join meetings o... read more
Intern must be in good academic standing and recent graduates. Should have a demonstrated interest in public service and excellent research and writing skills. Will have an opportunity to learn about the legislative process and the federal government by working closely with the legislative and communications staff, while interns in the District Office will learn about the constituent services process by assisting communications and constituent services staff.
Law Interns - Appellate
The candidate will be responsible for all appeals and other post-trial matters in cases prosecuted by our office. Work closely with the attorneys in the division, preparing appellate briefs and handling other matters that come into division. Must be currently enrolled in law school.
Law Interns – Trial Division
Students will be assigned to work with a trial team of 2 Assistant District Attorneys, an investigator, a victim advocate, and a legal assistant. Will also work closely with victims, civilian witnesses, police officers, courtroom staff, and other Student Prosecutors. Will prepare for courtroom work. Will be allowed to handle all aspects of the job that the trial attorneys perform daily. Must have completed second year of law school and meet t...
Contract Specialist, GS 05-07
Qualifications: The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited educational institution authorized to grant baccalaureate.
For GS-05: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited educational institution authorized to grant baccalaureate degrees.
A current member of the Armed Forces (not retired or separated) OR a current DOD employee that meets the following requirements: 1) served as a contracting officer with authority to ...
Contract Specialist, GS 5 - 7
For GS-05: Follow the specific direction of higher grade specialist, determine the method of procurement used and prepare Invitation for Bid (IFB) or Request for Proposal (RFP), ensuring that technical descriptions and appropriate contract clauses are included. Attend conferences with contractors to learn contractual and negotiation requirements such as clarifying billing procedures, material submittals, and socioeconomic clauses and ...
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Intern will work for Central Appellate Division. Students will gain hands-on experience representing indigent defendants on criminal appeals. Intern will partner with experienced appellate attorneys to review trial court records, analyze legal issues, draft pleadings, and attend court proceedings in actual criminal cases from the motion to new trial level through direct appeal. Students will also watch oral arguments first-hand in the Court of Appeals of Georgia, on...
The intern will work under all of the firm's legal services areas or select one focus area. These include general immigration legal services, domestic violence legal services and removal defense, among others. First-and second-year law school students. are considered. Internships available only for Emory University students during the school year.
The intern will work under all of the firm's legal services areas or select one focus area. These include general immigration legal services, domestic violence legal services and removal defense, among others. 2L and 3L law students are considered. Internships available only for Emory University students during the school year.
Intern - Central Office Appellate Division
Interns will partner with experienced appellate attorneys to review trial court records, analyze legal issues, draft pleadings, and attend court proceedings in actual criminal cases from the motion to new trial level through direct appeal. Students will also watch oral arguments first-hand in the Court of Appeals of Georgia, one of the busiest intermediate appellate courts in the country, as well as this state’s highest court, t...
Summer Internship Program
The intern will work in the General Litigation Division. In an active civil litigation practice, interns will draft discovery, motions, briefs and other pleadings in state and federal court as well as before the State Board of Workers' Compensation. Students will assist the attorneys in preparing for depositions, hearings, mediations and trials. Interns may also attend hearings, trials and appellate arguments. The primary goal of the internship pr... read more
Summer Internship Program
The intern will work in the Commercial Transactions and Litigation Division. Interns will be given substantive work in a wide range of areas, some of which have been the subject of media coverage because of their significance. Interns may have the opportunity to help the assigned attorney prepare for and attend discovery proceedings such as depositions, draft pleadings or briefs and observe proceedings in state and federal trial courts, attend hea... read more
Summer Legal Internship
The intern will do research and writing on litigation or other environmental advocacy in a substantive area. Depending on the project area, research may include federal and state environmental statutes and regulations, and procedural and evidentiary issues. In addition to research and writing, interns will also participate in strategy sessions, document review, client meetings, site visits, and other aspects of case or project management. Also obser... read more