1L Weekly Docket

This week’s 1L Weekly Docket contains several job opportunities including a paid opportunity available in many offices across the country through the Crime Victims Justice Corps, Cook County State’s Attorney summer internships, and other opportunities in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, DC.

PAID Crime Victims Justice Corps Summer Internships throughout the country


The Crime Victims Justice Corps, an initiative designed to increase access to civil legal assistance and enforce the rights of crime victims, is now recruiting law students for the summer of 2019. Law students apply directly to the legal services organization of their choice, and a list of organizations hosting CJVC law students can be found on our website. Some organizations have position descriptions posted, while others are in the process of finalizing and posting them. Continue to check the website throughout the next month or reach out directly to the organization for more information. All participating students will receive a $3,200 stipend. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

For any additional questions, please contact Linda Downing atldowning@equaljusticeworks.org.

Magistrate Judge William Baughman in the Northern District of Ohio in Cleveland is hiring summer interns

Email Vinny Versagli, vversagli@nd.edu, in the CDO if you’re interested in applying.

Cook County State’s Attorney Summer Internship

The Clerkship Program provides law school students with invaluable legal experience in Chicago and suburban Cook County offices. We offer many rewarding and exciting opportunities litigating the following types of cases:

Criminal Civil
Felony Trial
Sex Crimes Unit
Special Prosecutions Bureau
Juvenile Justice Bureau
Narcotics Bureau
Appeals Bureau
Post Conviction & Conviction Integrity
Mental Health & Seniors with Disabilities
Civil Rights
Constitutional Law
Labor and Employment
Medical Malpractice
Plaintiff-Side Torts
Municipal Litigation
State and Federal Litigation
Child Support Enforcement

Read more and apply here.

Department of Justice Volunteer Law Clerk Summer Opportunities


Many DOJ components are still hiring for Volunteer Law Clerk opportunities in cities across the country with new opportunities being posted just about everyday on the DOJ hiring webpage

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois summer internships in Chicago, March 22 Deadline


Read more and apply here.


New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Employment Law Unit Summer Internship


The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (“DOHMH”) is one of the largest public health agencies in the world, serving 8 million New Yorkers from diverse ethnic, cultural, and economic backgrounds. With over 200 years of leadership in the field, we’re also one of our nation’s oldest public health agencies. The Office of Legal Affairs at the DOHMH provides legal support for the agency and its many public health functions serving New Yorkers. The Employment Law Unit (“ELU”) exercises jurisdiction over all non-managerial employees working at DOHMH, Office of Chief Medical Examiner, and the Department for the Aging and is responsible for handling employee disciplinary matters and fitness for duty cases.

About the Position:

ELU seeks a 1L or 2L law school intern to assist with all phases of the disciplinary process including investigations, preparation of disciplinary charges, and preparation for prosecution from the informal conference through the appeal process. ELU seeks a talented writer with great attention to detail and efficient organizational skills. In addition, administrative and clerical duties would include photocopying, scanning, organizing case files, updating the unit’s database, and the occasional delivery of documents. Opportunity to observe legal proceedings at the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, Office of Labor Relations, and possibly the Civil Service Commission.

Additionally, ELU is responsible for providing Agency employees with advice concerning the conflicts of interest law and serves as the Agency’s liaison to the Conflicts of Interest Board. The law school intern would assist with research and the drafting of conflict of interest law matters and waiver requests.

This is an exciting opportunity to learn about employment law, including New York Civil Service Law, New York City Conflicts of Interest Law, relevant disciplinary rules affecting New York City employees, and administrative law during this 8-10 week unpaid internship.

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter resume, and a brief original writing sample to Stuthi Balaji (sbalaji1@health.nyc.gov) and copy Karrie Sheridan (ksheridan@health.nyc.gov).

LAW DEPARTMENT INTERNSHIPS (SUMMER)
COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

LAW DEPARTMENT, Due March 31st

Seeking 1Ls and 2Ls for unpaid, full-time, 8-10 week Summer 2019 internships. Interns will be assigned to one of several specialized legal practice groups: Bank Activities & Structure; Community & Consumer Law; District Counsel (Dallas); Enforcement & Compliance; Legislative & Regulatory Activities; Litigation; and Securities & Corporate Practices. Assignments will vary, depending on placement (see website).

The DC office employs approximately 100 attorneys and is comprised of 7 divisions, including Administrative and Internal Law, Bank Activities and Structure, Community and Consumer Law, Enforcement and Compliance, Legislative and Regulatory Activities, Litigation, and Securities and Corporate Practices. See the website for a detailed description of each division’s responsibilities.

Read more and apply here.

Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office Summer Internship, April 15 Deadline


1Ls assist in felony and misdemeanor prosecutions and observe courtroom activities.

The Office prosecutes felony crimes throughout Los Angeles County and misdemeanor crimes in unincorporated areas and in 78 of the county’s 88 cities. It employs approx. 2,100 attorneys, investigators, and support staff, making it the largest local prosecutorial agency in the nation.

Read more and apply here.

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