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https://www.justice.gov/criminal-pin

1301 New York Ave, NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20530

Legal interns work closely with PIN trial attorneys on a range of investigative and litigation issues related to PIN’s efforts to combat public corruption. Projects deal with the procedural and substantive aspects of criminal law and include researching and briefing complex legal questions, drafting motions, responses, and other litigation documents for active cases, and updating PIN’s internal research resources. Legal interns typically work on a variety of projects during their internships, so as to better understand the breadth of PIN cases, and are offered opportunities to observe witness interviews, hearings and other proceedings, and to produce significant written work product.

Start and End Dates: flexible, fall, spring, and summer terms

Estimated Total Hours: 40 hours per week is ideal but we will consider part-time candidates

How to Apply: To apply, please submit via e-mail, in a single .pdf document, a cover letter, resume, law school transcript (official or unofficial), legal writing sample (not to exceed 10 pages), and three references. Email application materials to pin.interns@usdoj.gov

Whom to contact: Intern Coordinators, pin.interns@usdoj.gov