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...
The candidate work for Spring 2019. Must be graduate from law school in December 2018 and anticipate taking the bar exam in February 2019. Newly hired attorneys are assigned to handle misdemeanor and traffic cases in county court. Caseloads will vary by regional office depending on the size of the office and whether the office covers multiple counties. Assignment to more serious cases occurs once an attorney has demonstrated the necessary skill to conduct a felony...
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Responsibilities: Direct Litigation (with an emphasis on Protection Order cases) — Develop, investigate and litigate cases at both the trial and appellate level (if necessary); Perform legal research, draft pleadings, motions, and briefs, engage in discovery, make oral argument, and try cases. Serve as Legal Service’s contact person for Advocate Safehouse and RESPONSE – Answer questions regarding protection orders as well as ensuring that victims eithe...
Paralegal / Legal Assistant
The candidate must have very good Spanish bilingual ability. Should have good computer application skills (word processing, Windows operating system). High School graduates with good grades are encouraged to apply. Prior college, military, ROTC, JrROTC, mock trial, other office experience, prior legal assistant experience, are all a plus.
Attorney - Fall 2019
The candidate handle misdemeanor and traffic cases in county court. Caseloads will vary by regional office depending on the size of the office and whether the office covers multiple counties. Assignment to more serious cases occurs once an attorney has demonstrated the necessary skill to conduct a felony jury trial and manage a full docket of felony cases.
The candidate graduate from law school in December 2018 and anticipate taking the bar exam in ...
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.