Posted by Laura Hosid at 8:11 AM
The Southern District of New York is accepting applications
for the Honorable Charles L. Brieant, Jr. Judicial Internship for the summer of
2012. This fellowship has been
established to honor Judge Brieant’s dedication to public service and to the
federal courts by funding a summer internship position with the Court.
The Honorable Charles L. Brieant, Jr. Judicial Intern will
work under the supervision of the Chief Judge to research and write about issues
that confront the Court as a whole. The
intern may be asked to work with other judges, clerks, and interns to complete
the assigned research projects. The
Intern should be able to (1) work well both collaboratively and independently,
(2) convey ideas effectively both orally and in writing, (3) display maturity,
integrity, and professionalism, and (4) demonstrate an interest in humor,
history, and public service.
The fellowship provides a $5,000 tuition credit directly to
the law school of the student selected to serve as the Honorable Charles L.
Brieant, Jr. Intern to the Court during the summer of 2012. Both first-year and second-year law students
are encouraged to apply.
Applications should include: (1) a cover letter, (2) a
resume, (3) a writing sample, and (4) a transcript. Applications are due by March 19, 2012 and
should be sent to the following address: The Honorable Loretta A. Preska 500
Pearl Street Room 2220 New York, NY 10007.