US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children) Seeking Immigrant Children’s Legal Program Intern, Monthly Stipend Available, Due 1/5/2016
U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), a non-governmental, not-for-profit national organization dedicated to addressing the needs and rights of refugees and immigrants, seeks interns to provide support to USCRI’s Immigrant Children’s Legal Program (formerly the National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children). Our office is located in Crystal City, part of the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.
The Immigrant Children’s Legal Program (ICLP) assists undocumented immigrant children ages 0-18 who are in removal proceedings. ICLP screens children for eligibility for legal relief from deportation; recruits and trains volunteer attorneys; and matches children with attorneys.
UW Exclusive – Paid Summer Position with the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, DC, Due 1/11/2016
With the generous sponsorship of Marten Law, UW Law is pleased to once again announce an exclusive clerkship position with the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, D.C. for the summer of 2016. The position description and application procedure are explained in the attached flyer.
Founded in 1969, the Environmental Law Institute is one of the nation’s leading environmental law and policy organizations. ELI may be the most widely respected national voice dedicated exclusively to environmental law: they are non-partisan, do not lobby, and do not litigate. Their work spans the globe. Located in D.C., ELI hosts a rich variety of summer programs that are magnificent opportunities for learning and national networking.
This extraordinary position is open only to 2Ls and exceptional 1Ls currently enrolled at UW Law. Please send application materials to email@example.com by January 11, 2016 for joint review by UW environmental law faculty and ELI.
Attention 3Ls and Recent Grads! Pride Law Fund Tom Steel Post-Graduate Fellowship – Fellowship Sponsor 2016, Due 1/15/2016
The Tom Steel Post-Graduate Fellowship provides funding for a new lawyer to work in the United States on an innovative, public interest law project that serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
The Fellowship will help ensure that unmet legal needs are recognized and prioritized on an on-going basis, and that the next generation of legal advocates for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community develops the critical skills necessary to secure civil rights into the future. The Steel Fellowship is the first fellowship of its kind anywhere in the country.
Pride Law Fund seeks to fund “cutting edge” projects with the potential to make a lasting impact. Persons are eligible to apply if they are law students eligible to graduate in the Spring semester, or are lawyers within three years of their graduation from law school.
Paid Summer Internship! American Bar Section of Antitrust Law Seeking Applications for 2016 Steiger Fellowship Project, Due 1/15/2016
The Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project provides law students the extraordinary opportunity to work in the consumer protection departments of state and territorial Offices of Attorneys General throughout the United States. The eight?ten week paid Fellowships were initiated in 2004 by the ABA Section of Antitrust Law, in cooperation with the National Association of Attorneys General, as a consumer protection outreach initiative to introduce law students to the rewards of legal careers in public service.
The first and second year law students who have served as Steiger Fellows have characterized their experiences as truly rewarding, often well beyond their expectations. A number of students have said that for the first time they are considering law careers in public service, and several have already entered public service upon graduation.
Each of the highly motivated Steiger Fellows provides tangible, meaningful assistance to states and territories that are in substantial need of additional resources to fulfill their consumer protection mission. Offices that have hosted Steiger Fellows in the past have characterized the Fellows’ work as exemplary, and have often described the students as some of the most talented interns the offices have ever attracted.
U.S. Department of Justice Civil Division, Immigration Litigation Seeks Summer 2016 Volunteer Legal Intern/Extern, Due 1/15/2016
The Office of Immigration Litigation (OIL) – Appellate Section coordinates Federal immigration litigation nationwide, and has both an appellate and a district court section. OIL Appellate defends the administrative decisions of the Board of Immigration Appeals,involving removal orders and denials of applications for relief before the Federal Courts of Appeals.
Must be a rising 2L by the start date of the internships. Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Be a United States citizen and is required to have a background investigation. Be able to commit a minimum of 30-40 hours per week for 10-12 continuous weeks. Demonstrate interest in immigration or appellate law. Show strong research and writing skills.
Students will be assigned to one of OIL’s litigation teams where they will: draft appellate briefs in asylum and cancellation of removal cases and dispositive motions; write case summaries for weekly litigation reports; attend “First Cuts” meetings; and conduct legal research and prepare memoranda.For the summer semester, we require that interns work full?time, 35?40 hours, for a minimum period of 10-12 weeks.
American Bar Association of Litigation Now Accepting Summer 2016 Judicial Intern Opportunity Program Applications, Due 1/4/2016
The American Bar Association Section of Litigation will begin accepting applications for its Summer 2016 Judicial Intern Opportunity Program on November 9. Applications for first-year law students will be accepted December 1, 2015, in accordance with NALP guidelines. The program is a full-time (32 hours per week), six-week minimum, summer internship program open to all first- or second-year diverse law students.
The mission of the Judicial Intern Opportunity Program is to provide opportunities to students who are members of racial and ethnic groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the profession. The program also provides opportunities to students with disabilities, students who are economically disadvantaged, and students who identify themselves as LGBT.
Participating judges are from Phoenix, AZ; Miami, FL; Philadelphia, PA (including Camden, NJ); New York, NY; and Seattle, WA. Internships are also available in several cities in California, Illinois and Texas.
Students may indicate geographic location preferences on their applications, but may not request particular judges or courts. Interns will receive an award of $2,000.
Internships for students with an Intellectual Property Law focus will be offered in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Texas, and Washington, D.C. Students can indicate their interest on their applications. These specialized spots are limited and any student applying to the program with a request for specialization will also be considered for general litigation internships.
Please review detailed program information or frequently asked questions prior to applying to the program. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until January 4, 2016. Early applications are encouraged.
Attention 3Ls! 2016 Honors Fellowship Opportunity with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of General Counsel, Due 2/1/2016
The Office of General Counsel (OGC) is the chief legal advisor to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the federal agency with primary responsibility for implementing the nation’s environmental laws.
This is a highly competitive two-year fellowship to start in September 2016. The key objectives are to provide recent law school graduates with the opportunity to practice public sector general or environmental law and to provide OGC with highly motivated, talented, and diverse entry-level lawyers who are interested in a variety of legal work on cutting-edge administrative and environmental law issues. The effectiveness of EPA’s legal responsibilities depends upon the recruitment and hiring of excellent and diverse legal talent. We recognize the need for attorneys and legal interns of varied backgrounds and skills and offer an inclusive environment that relies on those diverse perspectives to ensure that we effectively serve the American people. Students who participate in our programs will experience a new era of outreach and protection for communities historically underrepresented in EPA decision-making. The Agency is building strong working relationships with tribes, communities of color, economically distressed cities and towns, young people and others, but this is just a start. Therefore, we want to make sure we are recruiting the best, the brightest and most diverse EPA ever and ensure EPA is a place for people who are talented, smart, and passionate about protecting the environment.
Center for Democracy & Technology Seeking Tech Law & Policy Intern, Due 3/15/2016
The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) is currently accepting applications for unpaid internships in Summer 2016.
Summer interns work closely with CDT policy experts, technologists, and attorneys on an array of civil liberties and international human rights issues related to technology and the Internet, including online free expression, electronic surveillance, digital copyright, cybersecurity, Internet governance, and consumer privacy.
Law students and recent J.D. and LL.M. graduates can contribute to CDT’s work by conducting legal and policy research, drafting reports and legal analyses, assisting in the preparation of testimony, presentations, legislative proposals and briefs, and creating online educational resources.