The deadline to register is Monday, March 3.
The deadline to register is Monday, March 3.
Tough Mudder is seeking for a talented and highly organized legal intern to assist our legal department. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to work as part of a dynamic in-house team, gaining valuable experience across a number of different legal areas.
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Georgetown Law Journal’s Annual Review of Criminal Procedure seeks paid RA’s for summer 2014.
RAs will perform legal research for one of the most well respected legal publications in criminal law practice. The ARCP is widely used by federal judges, federal prosecutors, criminal defense attorneys, and pro se defendants. Full-time and part-time positions are available. Please note: Students planning to receive Summer 2014 EJF funding cannot combine EJF and ARCP funding. The application deadline is March 7th.
Ideal candidates possess:
• Excellent legal research and writing skills
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work independently with remote supervision from editors
• Good communication skills, especially written
• Strong ability to distinguish legal holdings from dicta in case law
• Strong ability to condense pertinent facts and holding into brief, insightful parenthetical statements of the law
• Earning extra cash: part-time and full-time positions available.
• Developing efficient and advanced legal research and writing skills.
• Working from home—or anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
Applications are available electronically on the Symplicity website, under Job ID #31355.
Positions will be filled on a rolling basis. If you are interested, please complete the application as soon as possible and email it to GLJ.ARCP@gmail.com.
Did you know you can supplement your Equal Justce Foundation funding with a small stipend from your employer or with a funding award from an outside funder? Check out these two links to the PSJD.org Summer Funding Page for funding sources to use in lieu of or to supplement EJF.
Supplemental Funding for Internships in any geographic area:
Supplemental Funding for Internships in specific geographic areas:
Please note: Georgetown students cannot combine EJF funding with Equal Justice America funding as noted below in the EJF Student Instructions on the Careers webpage.
Policy on Outside Funding and Other Employment
EJF funding cannot be combined with other Georgetown-related summer funding, including the Equal Justice America Fellowships, and EJF funding cannot be combined with any other salary or source of funding from the University such as an on-campus job.
Applicants may receive additional funding (other than from the sources noted above) for their EJF-funded internship and/or for other summer employment/internships, but such funding may not exceed $5000 for 2Ls/3Es or $4,000 for 2Es/1Ls/1Es.
The Maryland Governor's Office of Legal Counsel is seeking a talented law student, preferably with an interest in criminal justice, for a summer volunteer internship in Annapolis. The Intern will be responsible for legal research and writing assignments and other assorted tasks.
Selection will be based on an applicant's educational and professional background, a demonstrated interest in public service, and the needs of the Governor’s Office.
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The mission of Pangea Legal Services is to stand with immigrant communities and to provide services through direct legal representation, especially in the area of deportation defense. In addition to direct legal services, Pangea staff advocates on behalf of the San Francisco immigrant community through policy advocacy, education, and legal empowerment efforts. More information is available at http://www.pangealegal.org/
Candidates should have an interest in the following areas of law:
- Deportation Defense
- Asylum Representation
- Family-based immigration
- Cancellation of Removal
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
- Criminal immigration and representation of immigrant clients in detained courts
Click the link above for additional information on the internship and application instructions.
The Peace Corps Office of the General Counsel (OGC) is currently accepting applications for a full-time Legal Internship position during Summer 2014 (May through August) and for a part time Legal Internship during Fall 2014.
The OGC legal intern provides support to the legal staff, consisting of 10 attorneys, which may include legal research, drafting legal memoranda and correspondence, researching legislative history, assisting in discovery and trial preparation, coordinating responses to requests for information under the Freedom of Information Act and the Privacy Act, helping to coordinate a variety of program activities, and performing assigned administrative functions. See below and attached for more information.
Click on the above link for additional information and application instructions.