Post Grad & Internship Opportunities in Children’s, LGBT, Housing, Immigration & Employment Discrimination

Deadline is Friday, 5/17! Legal Services for Children in San Francisco Hiring Staff Attorney

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Founded in 1975, Legal Services for Children (“LSC”) is one of the country’s first non-profit law firms dedicated to providing free legal representation and social work services to children. Their mission is to ensure that all children in the San Francisco Bay Area are raised in a safe environment with equal access to a meaningful education and other services that are necessary to thrive and grow. They believe that our youth deserve positive alternatives to unnecessary placement in foster care, juvenile justice facilities, and immigration detention. LSC pioneered the interdisciplinary approach that is considered a best practice in juvenile law today. They deploy attorney-social worker teams to assist at-risk children who need to access the legal system to stabilize or improve their lives. LSC’s attorneys represent children in legal matters that involve guardianship, dependency, school discipline, immigration, and other civil legal matters. Their social workers provide crisis intervention, case management, counseling, and psychosocial assessments. LSC staff also engage in policy and advocacy projects aimed at advancing the rights of children.

LSC seeks a Staff Attorney to represent children in various administrative and judicial proceedings and work with LSC on policy and advocacy efforts.  For more about the position check their website here. Applications are due no later than Friday, May 17.

Fall EEOC Externship/Internship Opportunity in DC

EEOCThe General Counsel of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is accepting applications for an unpaid internship or externship during the Fall of 2013, at the EEOC’s headquarters in Washington, DC.

The EEOC enforces federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination.  The General Counsel oversees the Office of General Counsel (OGC), which is the litigation arm of the EEOC.  OGC, headquartered in Washington, DC, is composed of several units including: Appellate Services, Litigation Advisory Services, Litigation Management Services.

The Fall intern/extern may be given assignments for the General Counsel involving legal research, writing, or other work, but may also be given assignments relating to the work of one or more of the four units described above.  The precise starting and ending dates of the internship will depend upon the intern’s interest and availability, but a minimum commitment of 12 hours per week for at least 8 weeks is preferred. For complete position information check out the description on PSJD here. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through July 31.

Fall Externship/Internship with ACLU LGBT & AIDS Project in New York

ACLU LGBT projectThe ACLU LGBT & AIDS Project brings “impact” lawsuits in state and federal courts throughout the country – cases designed to have a significant effect on the lives of LGBT people and those with HIV/AIDS.  The Project’s legal strategies are built on the idea that fighting for civil rights means not only persuading judges but also ultimately changing the way people think.  As the Project litigates for change, it implements targeted media, online and outreach campaigns to change public attitudes through education and to give people on the frontlines the tools they need to act.

Interns will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience by working alongside the LGBT and AIDS Project team.   Interns will gain experience by:
  • Conducting factual and legal research.
  • Assisting in the drafting of pleadings, briefs and other litigation documents.
  • Researching and drafting materials for public education.
  • Researching prospects for new litigation, including both factual and legal claims.

Please see full description here. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through August 7.

Human Rights Initiative of North Texas Seeking Asylum Attorney

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HRI is looking for an attorney to head the Asylum Program. A candidate for the position must be a passionate human rights advocate and an exceptional attorney. The person must work to promote HRI’s mission and cultivate strong ties with the individuals, organizations, and funders key to the success of the Asylum Program (AP).The Asylum Attorney is responsible for direct client representation, pro bono program support, and legal outreach. For complete job description visit here. Applications will be accepted through June 30.

Two Housing Staff Attorney Positions at California Rural Legal Assistance

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The two staff attorney positions are in Delano and Madera, CA. Responsibilities include providing legal services to low income clients and client groups including advice, negotiation, litigation and administrative advocacy; reviewing and supervising the work product of Community Workers and Clerical support staff relating to all clients being advised or represented by him/her; undertaking significant statewide impact activity, including institutional and group litigation or community economic development beneficial to the low income community; developing leadership in working with community, client and other advocacy groups related to statewide impact issues; working to develop specialized knowledge in a substantive area of poverty law and acts as a resource for other staff through participation in at least one CRLA task force; coordinating advocacy in substantive areas through collaboration with other human services providers, non-profit organizations and community, client or other advocacy groups. For more information please check out CRLA jobs page here. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

SJTon DOMA/Prop 8, Info for Graduating 3Ls, Federal Jobs Webinars, ELAP Fundraiser Breakfast & Honoring Public Servants

Social Justice Tuesday: Discussion on DOMA & Prop 8

SJTlogoTuesday, April 23, 12:30-1:20pm, room 133

Presented by the American Constitution Society and co-sponsored by Federalist Society, Law Women’s Caucus, OutLaws, and ACLU.

Come join the American Constitution Society for a Social Justice Tuesday discussion about the recent DOMA and Proposition 8 cases argued before the Supreme Court. Our speakers include Ilya Shapiro, who filed an amicus brief in the DOMA case on behalf of the Cato Institute, and Margaret Chen of the ACLU of Washington.

Join us for some free food and learn more about these exciting cases!

If you would like lunch please RSVP via Symplicity or gatespsl@uw.edu by 12:00 pm Monday, April 22.

Attention Graduating 3Ls! Financial Planning & Loan Repayment Checklist for Graduation

graduating chickHow do I find out about bar loans? How should I plan for my financial future?  What should I do if I don’t have a job yet? What  are my loan repayment options?

Get these questions answered and more.

The Office of Admissions & Financial Aid together with the Center for Public Service Law and the Center for Professional Development are teaming up to provide graduating 3Ls a two-part info session twice!

Tuesday, April 23, Room 117, 12:30-1:20: Graduation Checklist for 3Ls: Financial Planning/Jobs

Wednesday, April 24, Room 117, 12:30-1:20: Loan Repayment Options for 3Ls

Tuesday, April 30, Room 117, 12:30-1:20: Graduation Checklist for 3Ls: Financial Planning/Jobs

Wednesday, May 1, Room 117, 12:30-1:20: Loan Repayment Options for 3Ls

Interested in Working for the Federal Government?

USAJOBS_Home_ScreenCome to three important webinar sessions on job search strategies for federal employment:

Wednesday, April 24 12:30-1:20 Room 118:  Webinar I: Landing Your Dream Job or Internship

Wednesday, May 1 12:30-1:20 Room 118: Webinar II: What Happens After My Application is Submitted

Wednesday, May 8, 12:30-1:20 Room 119: Webinar III: Securing Federal Employment Abroad

Coaching staff from the Center for Professional & Leadership Development and the Center for Public Service Law will be present at each webinar to answer any questions.

Please RSVP in Symplicity or to gatespsl@uw.edu

Honoring Our Public Servants: Connecting Citizens with Their Government 

Federal PS recognition weekPlease join the Partnership for Public Service and Public Employees Roundtable at the third annual Public Service Town Hall on:

Monday, May 6 at 10:00 am in Room 115 for the streaming video.

Federal agency leaders will discuss the value of government service, how to communicate that value to the American people, and ways to support and motivate employees in this challenging and uncertain environment.

Moderator: Cokie Roberts, Political Commentator ABC News

3rd Annual Eastside Legal Assistance Program Breakfast for Justice

ELAP_2012_Logo_for_web_mod_3_AEH_560x560Please join ELAP at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue on Thursday, May 16th, at 7:30am  for the Third Annual ELAP Breakfast for Justice to ensure that everyone has equal access to our justice system.

The Fight Against Domestic Violence: Turning Victims Into Survivors

Keynote speaker Dan Satterberg, King County Prosecuting Attorney, will offer insight into the phenomenon of victim recantation in the criminal prosecution of domestic violence cases and will talk about the support that vulnerable victims need to change their lives and end the abuse.

To register click here. If you can’t attend the breakfast but would like to help ensure that everyone has equal access to justice, please make a donation by clicking here. Your tax-deductible gift will make a real difference in the life of someone in crisis.

The Eastside Legal Assistance Program non-profit agency that provides access to justice through free civil legal aid to low income residents of East and Northeast King County Washington and domestic violence legal aid throughout King County.

Positions Open!

You Can Still Apply for the QLaw Foundation Summer Grant

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The QLaw Foundation has officially extended its deadline for its $5000 summer grant application. It’s now due April 10.

The QLAW Foundation Summer Grant Program funds innovative public interest projects that benefit the gay, lesbian bisexual or transgender (GLBT) community and/or people living with HIV/AIDS. The award consists of $5000 (max) for 10 full-time, 40-hour weeks.

The goal of the QLAW Foundation grant program is to ensure that unmet legal needs are recognized and prioritized, and that the next generation of legal advocates for GLBT rights develops the skills necessary for careers in the public interest.

See here for more information.

REAP Externship

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Columbia Legal Services announces that it is still accepting application’s for this fall’s REAP Externship protecting rural farmworkers. The externship seeks a Spanish/English bilingual person willing to live in eastern WA for fall quarter.  There is a stipend for housing. Learn more information here. (Photo:National Farmworker Ministry.)

The goal of the externship is to expand access to justice for migrant and seasonal farm workers, who are among the poorest and most vulnerable group of workers in the U.S. With approximately 289,000 farm workers and family members, Washington has the fourth largest population of migrant and seasonal farm workers in the country.

This externship honors Laurel Rubin, who was a young, talented legal aid lawyer and advocate for farm worker justice. Laurel died tragically on her way to meet with clients in Southeastern Washington. Laurel was passionately committed to advocating for farm worker justice and helping farm workers obtain some measure of fairness and respect. Despite working in a somewhat isolated and rural community, Laurel’s good will, intelligence, and tenacity quickly established her promise as a justice fighter and admired community asset. Her memory lives on in this statewide collaborative program through the training of law students advocating for farm worker justice.

3LS! Summer Internship at the Urban Justice Center’s Veteran Advocacy Project

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The Veteran Advocacy Project of the Urban Justice Center provides legal representation to low-income veterans, with a focus on those living with PTSD, substance abuse problems, and other mental health issues. When these veterans face legal challenges, such as eviction or an improper denial of benefits, it dramatically increases the risk that they will spiral further into illness, become homeless, or commit suicide. The Veteran Advocacy Project intervenes before veterans reach the breaking point by connecting them with resources and ensuring their access to housing, health care, and income.

Our practice covers Housing Court, VA claims, public benefits, military discharge upgrades, and more. We are seeking 3Ls with excellent analytical and critical thinking skills, demonstrated proficiency in legal research, and the ability to communicate well with others, including those living with mental illness. Interns will participate in outreach, client interviews, and take on legal matters of their own. They will be able to represent veterans in administrative hearings, write legal memos, or participate in discharge upgrades or VA claims cases. They will be provided with training and supervision, and are invited to attend all training sessions offered to the 2013 summer intern class at the Urban Justice Center. Internships are unpaid and a minimum of 8 weeks.

Please send a resume and cover letter to veterans@urbanjustice.org with the subject: “summer 2013.”  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.

Internship at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

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The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) is accepting applications for legal interns for Fall 2013. Seated within the Executive Office of the President, OSTP advises the President on the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs.  The Office of General Counsel works on a variety of issues in a “small firm environment,” including providing legal advice to, among others, the President’s Science Advisor and U.S. Chief Technology Officer.

Interns are given immediate hands-on experience related to questions on ethics and employment law, FOIA requests, and open government issues.  Interns also perform time sensitive research and analysis where quick turnaround is often required.  Students report to me, and I work very closely with interns to ensure that their experience is substantively rewarding and meaningful.

Students should have a strong academic record and commitment to public service.  The internship is unpaid, but provides students with invaluable experience on the inner working of the highest levels of government.  Students who are U.S. citizens are welcome to apply.  More information and application instructions are available online.

For questions, please contact Lauren Andersen, at landersen@ostp.eop.gov.

Equal Justice Works Rapoport Foundation Fellowship for Work on LGBT Issues in New York City

Screen shot 2013-03-19 at 8.22.29 PMRising 3Ls can apply this summer. Applications open July 8, 2013.

The Rapoport Foundation (“The Foundation”) has joined with Equal Justice Works in honor of its founder, Paul Rapoport, to fund five fellowships that support work at an organization in New York City working on LGBT issues.  One every two years, for the next ten years, beginning in the fall of 2014.

Please note that the fellowship criteria proposed by The Foundation are very specific.

The Foundation’s preferences, in this order, are as follows:

  • An applicant who is LGBT (those who identify their sexual identity as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender) and a person of color working at a host organization on LGBT issues in New York City.
  • An applicant who identifies as LGBT and is of color working on any social issue in the NYC area.
  • An applicant who (if not identifying as LGBT) works with a project and host organization that address these types of issues in the NYC area.
  • Same criteria as #1 above but working in the Mid-Atlantic region.
  • Same criteria as #1 above but working in the South.

These fellowships will be offered through Equal Justice Works Fellowships. Therefore, the application process (creating a project and securing a host organization); duration (two years); when students apply (as a rising 3L); and application timeline (application period is open from July 8 to September 17) will be the same.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Fellowships team at fellowships@equaljusticeworks.org.

Three Top Jobs: Deadlines Approaching

1. Become a Summer 2013 White House Intern with Office of Science and Technology Policy

Applications due December 3, 2012

The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) is accepting applications for legal interns for Summer 2013. The application deadline is December 3, 2012. Seated within the Executive Office of the President, OSTP advises the President on the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs. The Office of General Counsel works on a variety of issues in a “small firm environment,” including providing legal advice to, among others, the President’s Science Advisor and U.S. Chief Technology Officer. (Photo from OSTP website.)

Interns are given immediate hands-on experience related to questions on ethics and employment law, FOIA requests, and open government issues. Interns also perform time sensitive research and analysis where quick turnaround is often required. Students work very closely with staff mentors to ensure that their experience is substantively rewarding and meaningful.

Students should have a strong academic record and commitment to public service. The internship is unpaid, but provides students with invaluable experience on the inner working of the highest levels of government.  Students who are U.S. citizens are welcome to apply. More information and application instructions are available online.

For questions, please contact Lauren Andersen, at landersen@ostp.eop.gov.

2. Apply for the Judicial Intern Opportunity Program

Applications due January 4, 2013

The ABA Section of Litigation will begin accepting applications for its Summer 2013 Judicial Intern Opportunity Program on November 1, 2012 for second-year law students and December 1, 2012 for first-year students.

The program places diverse law students with state and federal judges for summer internships. Applications are due no later than January 4, 2013.

For more information or to apply, please visit www.ambar.org/jiop.

3. Excited to Teach Law? POST GRAD Teaching Fellowship at the University of Chicago Law School

Applications Due December 3, 2012

The University of Chicago Law School invites applications for one or more full-time position(s) as an Olin Fellow, appointed with the rank of Instructor, for the 2013-2014 academic year. The appointment is for one year, with the possibility of renewal for a second term. A successful applicant must have a J.D. or other terminal law degree by the time the appointment begins; have expertise or research emphasis in one or more of these areas: administrative law, constitutional law, and law and economics; and have the ability to develop and teach a graduate level course in one of those subjects. The successful applicant will teach one one-quarter course or seminar during the term and will be expected to contribute to the intellectual life of the Law School. Candidates must apply online at the University of Chicago Academic Career Opportunities website and upload a current curriculum vitae and a list of references. All application materials must be received by December 3, 2012. The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. (Photo from University of Chicago Law School website.)

Government Honors and Internship Deadlines for 2Ls

The following government programs have 2L deadlines coming up in the next two weeks.  Details of these programs are provided in the 2012–13 Government Honors & Internship Handbook. Login and password information is available in the document library on Symplicity.

Winter/Spring

October 15, 2012

  • California Franchise Tax Board – Legal Internship Program (Unpaid)
  • Department of Energy – Office of General Counsel Law Student internship Program (Unpaid)
  • Executive Office of the President – Office of Science & Technology Policy OSTP Legal Internship Program (Unpaid)
  • U.S. House of Representatives – Committee on the Judicial Majority Office Intern Program (Unpaid)

October 19, 2012

  • Office of the City Attorney San Francisco – 2013 Intern Program (Unpaid)
  • Securities & Exchange Commission – Law Student Observer Program (Unpaid)

October 25, 2012

  • U.S. Election Assistance Commission, Office of General Counsel – Law Clerkship Program (Unpaid)

Summer

October 15, 2012

  • Environmental Protection Agency – R9 Summer Law Clerk Program (Paid)
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – Office of General Counsel 2013 Summer Intern Program (Unpaid)
  • Texas Attorney General – Law Clerk Program (Unpaid)

October 20, 2012

  • Securities & Exchange Commission – Summer  Honors Law Program (Unpaid)

October 22, 2012

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation – Volunteer Internship Program (Unpaid)

For a complete list of 2L programs, including those accepting applications on a rolling basis, see Table 3 – 2L Applications by Deadline.

Government Honors and Internship Deadlines for 3Ls

The following government programs have 3L deadlines coming up in the next two weeks.  Details of these programs are provided in the 2012–13 Government Honors & Internship Handbook. Login and password information is available in the document library on Symplicity.

Winter/Spring

October 15, 2012

  • California Franchise Tax Board – Legal Internship Program (Unpaid)
  • Department of Energy – Office of General Counsel Law Student Internship Program (Unpaid)
  • Executive Office of the President – Office of Science & Technology Policy OSTP Legal Internship Program (Unpaid)
  • U.S. House of Representatives – Committee on the Judicial Majority Office Intern Program (Unpaid)

October 19, 2012

  • Office of the City Attorney San Francisco – 2013 Intern Program (Unpaid)
  • Securities & Exchange Commission – Law Student Observer Program (Unpaid)

October 25, 2012

  • U.S. Election Assistance Commission, Office of General Counsel – Law Clerkship Program (Unpaid)

Post-Graduate

October 12, 2012

  • U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Solicitor – Honors Attorney Program (Paid)

October 15, 2012 

  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Chief Counsel’s Civilian Honors Program (Paid)
  • National Labor Relations Board – Honors Attorney Programs (Paid)

For a complete list of 3L programs, including those accepting applications on a rolling basis, see Table 4 – 3L Applications by Deadline.

Government Honors and Internship Deadlines for 3Ls

The following government programs have 3L deadlines coming up in the next two weeks.  Details of these programs are provided in the 2012-13 Government Honors & Internship Handbook.  Login and password information is available in the document library on Symplicity.

Winter/Spring

  • October 15, 2012
    • California Franchise Tax Board – Legal Internship Program (unpaid)
    • Department of Energy – Office of General Counsel Law Student internship Program (unpaid)
    • Executive Office of the President – Office of Science & Technology Policy OSTP Legal Internship Program (unpaid)
    • U.S. House of Representatives – Committee on the Judicial Majority Office Intern Program (unpaid)
  • October 19, 2012
    • Office of the City Attorney San Francisco – 2013 Intern Program (unpaid)
    • Securities & Exchange Commission – Law Student Observer Program (unpaid)

Post-Graduate

  • October 12, 2012: U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Solicitor – Honors Attorney Program (paid)
  • October 15, 2012
    • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Chief Counsel’s Civilian Honors Program (paid)
    • National Labor Relations Board – Honors Attorney Programs (paid)

For a complete list of 3L programs, including those accepting applications on a rolling basis, see Table 4 – 3L Applications by Deadline.

Government Honors Program and Internship Deadlines for 2Ls

The following government programs have 2L deadlines coming up in the next two weeks.  Details of these programs are provided in the 2012-13 Government Honors & Internship Handbook.  Login and password information is available in the document library on Symplicity. 

Winter/Spring

Oct. 15, 2012

    • California Franchise Tax Board – Legal Internship Program (unpaid)
    • Department of Energy – Office of General Counsel Law Student internship Program (unpaid)
    • Executive Office of the President – Office of Science & Technology Policy OSTP Legal Internship Program (unpaid)
    • U.S. House of Representatives – Committee on the Judicial Majority Office Intern Program (unpaid)

October 19, 2012

    • Office of the City Attorney San Francisco – 2013 Intern Program (unpaid)
    • Securities & Exchange Commission – Law Student Observer Program (unpaid)

Summer

  • October 11, 2012: U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the General Counsel – Summer Honors Legal Internship Program (paid)
  • October 15, 2012
    • Environmental Protection Agency – R9 Summer Law Clerk Program (paid)
    • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – Office of General Counsel 2013 Summer Intern Program (unpaid)
    • Texas Attorney General – Law Clerk Program (unpaid)
  • October 20, 2012: Securities & Exchange Commission – Summer  Honors Law Program (unpaid)

For a complete list of 2L programs, including those accepting applications on a rolling basis, see Table 3 – 2L Applications by Deadline.

Upcoming 2L Deadlines for Federal Government Programs

The following government programs have 2L deadlines coming up in the next two weeks.  Details of these programs are provided in the 2012–13 Government Honors & Internship Handbook. Login and password information is available in the document library on Symplicity.

Winter/Spring
Sept. 30, 2012: EPA Region 8, Office of Regional Counsel (paid)
October 1, 2012: Administrative Conference of the United States— Internship (unpaid)
October 1, 2012: Smithsonian Institution, Office of General Counsel— Legal Internship Program (unpaid)
October 1, 2012: U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration, Office of Chief Counsel—Internship (unpaid)

Summer, 2013

  • September 28, 2012: Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office – Summer Legal Internship (paid and unpaid)
  • September 30, 2012: EPA Region 7, Office of Regional Counsel—Summer Legal Intern Program (unpaid)
  • September 30, 2012: Federal Reserve Board—Summer Law Clerk Program (paid)
  • October 1, 2012: Alabama Office of the Attorney General—Summer Law Clerk Program (unpaid)
  • October 1, 2012: Colorado Public Defender—Summer Legal Internship Program (paid and unpaid)
  • October 1, 2012: U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, Office of General Counsel—Law Intern Program (paid)
  • October 5, 2012: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of Legal Counsel—Legal Intern Program (unpaid)
  • October 5, 2012: Dept. of Health and Human Services, Office of Counsel to the Inspector General—Summer Law Clerk Program (unpaid)
  • October 5, 2012: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of Legal Counsel—Legal Intern Program (unpaid)
  • October 5, 2012: Dept. of Health and Human Services, Office of Counsel to the Inspector General—Summer Law Clerk Program (unpaid)
  • October 11, 2012: U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the General Counsel—Summer Honors Legal Internship Program (paid)

For a complete list of 2L programs, including those accepting applications on a rolling basis, see Table 3 – 2L Applications by Deadline.

Upcoming 3L Deadlines for Federal Government Jobs

The following government programs have 3L deadlines coming up in the next two weeks.  Details of these programs are provided in the 2012-13 Government Honors & Internship Handbook. Login and password information is available in the document library on Symplicity.

Winter/Spring

  • September 30, 2012: EPA, Region 8, Office of Regional Counsel (paid)
  • October 1, 2012: Internship with Administrative Conference of the United States (unpaid)
  • October 1, 2012: Smithsonian Institution, Office of General Counsel—Legal Internship Program (unpaid)
  • October 1, 2012: U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration, Office of Chief Counsel—Internship (unpaid)

Post-graduate

  • September 28, 2012: U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Office of General Counsel—Legal Honors Program (paid)
  • September 28, 2012: Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office—New Attorney Hiring Program (paid)
  • September 30, 2012: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation—Legal Division Honors Program (paid)
  • September 30, 2012: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel—Judicial Law Clerk Program (paid)
  • October 1, 2012: U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, Office of General Counsel— Honors Program (paid)
  • October 1, 2012: New York County District Attorney’s Office—Assistant District Attorney Program (paid)
  • October 1, 2012: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Office of the General Counsel—Honor Law Graduate Program (paid)
  • October 3, 2012: California Department of Justice—California Attorney General’s Honors Program (paid)
  • October 12, 2012: U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Solicitor – Honors Attorney Program (paid)

For a complete list of 3L programs, including those accepting applications on a rolling basis, see Table 4 – 3L Applications by Deadline.