Cohen Weiss & Simon, LLP Seeking Law Clerks in NY for Fall 2015, Paid Position
Cohen, Weiss, and Simon LLP is a full service union-side labor, employee benefits, and employment law firm. The firm represents national, regional and local labor unions, pension plans, and the interests of employees in a wide variety of matters.
Applicants should have strong research and writing skills. Course work in labor law, employment law and/or ERISA is preferred. Experience working for a labor union as well as journal and/or moot court experience is desirable. Compensation is $25/hour.
Attention Rising 2Ls and 3Ls! Yakama Tribal Court Seeking Immediate Summer Intern
The intern works directly for Chief Judge Ted Strong. All work assignments will be issued by the Chief Judge at the beginning of each work week by personal discussion. On any given week the intern will be asked to attend both criminal and civil court hearings with the Chief Judge for the purpose of assisting in the writing of court orders.
The intern will conduct research to assist the Chief Judge in his writing of motions mostly in criminal court such as dismiss for lack of properly stated crime; suppression of evidence; dismiss for improper arrest; dismiss or combine charges based on duplicity; dismiss for lack of jurisdiction; and many other motions.
The intern will be asked to publish court orders, motion orders and tribal traditional orders. At times the intern will assist the Chief Judge in preparing materials for public speaking engagements and researching materials for public meetings with various officials. The intern will be asked to help arrange electronic files in chronological or other order. The intern will assist the Chief Judge in writing the Yakama Nation Bar documents.
To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Chief Judge Strong at email@example.com.
Alaska Human Rights Commission Seeking Human Rights Field Representative III, Due 7/8 by 5:00 PM
The Alaska State Commission for Human Rights is seeking a qualified individual to investigate and resolve discrimination cases.
The Human Rights Commission is located in Anchorage and is an executive branch agency within the State of Alaska, Office of the Governor. The Commission is seeking an investigator (Human Rights Field Representative III) to analyze facts, apply discrimination law theories, draft determinations, negotiate settlements, and manage a monthly case load of approximately 35 cases. The investigator will also conduct intakes with Alaskans who allege violations of the state human rights law, draft complaints of discrimination, conduct witness interviews, and write reports. This position requires skill in reading and understanding civil rights statutes, court decisions, and legal precedents. This position also require the ability to conduct impartial investigations, analyze evidence, draw logical conclusions, prepare clear and comprehensive investigative reports, and work independently. Knowledge of civil rights law and procedure and theories of discrimination is required. One year of experience as a Human Rights Field Representative II with the State or the equivalent elsewhere is required.
Attention 2Ls and 3Ls! Center for Justice and Accountability Seeking Fall 2015 Legal Intern in Human Rights Litigation, Due 7/13
The Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA) is now seeking applications for legal internships at our San Francisco headquarters for Fall 2015. CJA is a nonprofit international human rights organization with the mission to end torture, war crimes, crimes against humanity and other severe human rights abuses around the world.
We generally accept second and third-year law student interns each semester and during the summer and winter terms to work at our offices in San Francisco. Exceptional first year law students may be considered for the summer term. These positions are unpaid.
U.S. Department of Justice Seeking Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Due 7/13
The U.S. Department of Justice is the principal federal agency charged with enforcing federally protected civil and constitutional rights. The Civil Rights Division (CRT or Division) is primarily responsible for enforcing federal statutes and executive orders that prohibit, among other things, unlawful discrimination in education, employment, housing, police services, accommodations and facilities, voting, and federally funded and conducted programs. The laws that the Division enforces also prohibit conduct by law enforcement agencies, as well as conditions of public residential institutions, such as health care and correctional facilities, that violate the constitution.
The Division is led by an Assistant Attorney General (AAG) who is supported by five Deputy Assistant Attorneys General (DAAGs). Each DAAG is responsible for reviewing the work on policy issues and other matters related to the sections he or she supervises.