Participating employers are now viewable under the OCI tab in Symplicity, under the "2013 Early Interview Week" session. Student bidding will begin on June 17 and end on July 17. Now is a great time to start researching firms before the bidding period officially begins. Please read through the EIW Student Manual for a check list of tasks to complete, resume upload and bidding instructions, policies, open sign-up info and other helpful tips.
You may also begin scheduling EIW counseling appointments; counselors are available for both in-person and phone appointments. Please DO NOT wait until the last minute to make an appointment. Due to heavy demand, counselor schedules will fill up quickly and there is no guarantee that an appointment will be available if you wait until closer to the bidding deadline. Call OCS at (202)662-9300 or go online to schedule an appointment. For more information, refer to the EIW Student Manual and visit the EIW website.
May 23 2013
U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division - part time internship/externship for fall 2013
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, CRIMINAL DIVISION, ASSET FORFEITURE & MONEY LAUNDERING SECTION
Is currently recruiting fall interns/externs.
The Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section (AFMLS) leads the Department’s efforts to take the profit out of crime. The multi-dimensional responsibilities of AFMLS include complex money laundering and forfeiture litigation, policy development, training, and technical assistance, all done in close cooperation with partners in the United States and abroad. AFMLS also provides oversight, management, and legal development for the Department’s Assets Forfeiture Fund. For more information, please visit AFMLS’ website at http://www.justice.gov/criminal/afmls/
Interns work directly with our trial attorneys on issues relating to domestic and international asset forfeiture and money laundering cases and legal policy. Assignments will vary but can include legal research, drafting pleadings and motions, research and analysis of foreign money laundering standards and compliance, and assistance with legislative drafting.
Applicants should have a strong interest in criminal law and excellent writing and communication skills
and be available for 8 weeks or more, full-time or part-time (at least 15 hours/week).
Please submit via e-mail a cover letter (including dates available), resume, transcript (official or unofficial), and a brief writing sample. Wendy Wormsley -- firstname.lastname@example.org by June 1, 2013.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of the Commissioner is hiring unpaid law clerks! Commissioner Jenny Yang, confirmed on April 25 and sworn in on May 13, 2013, has unpaid law clerk positions available in Washington, D.C. for this summer and fall...please click on the headline above for additional information.
Lindsey Pollak, May 22, 2013
"Constantly meeting new people and growing your professional network is crucial to uncovering job leads and building a successful and lasting career. But today we’re going to talk about another important piece of networking that is often neglected: maintaining your connections once you have them. As the old song says, “Make new friends, but keep the old….”
You can’t build up a new network every time you look for a job or have a career need; think of your longer-term connections as a deep bench of teammates that – as long as you stay connected – will be your supporters for years to come."
Click here to read the full article.
The Mock Interview Program is a great opportunity for students to practice their interviewing skills before Early Interview Week. Students select the city in which they would like to do the interview (most often, the city where they're working over the summer) and OCS matches those students with volunteer attorneys who conduct the interviews in their office at a mutually agreeable time.
To register, please visit http://apps.law.georgetown.edu/forms/?formid=88. The deadline to register for the Mock Interview Program is Friday, June 7 and matches will be released on Friday, June 14. Interviews are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, so sign up early! If you have any questions regarding the program please contact Sabrina James at email@example.com.
May 21 2013
U.S. Department of Justice – Consumer Protection Branch Part-Time Internships for Fall 2013
The Consumer Protection Branch (CPB), formerly known as the Office of Consumer Litigation, is seeking 2L and 3L interns for the Fall 2013 semester. CPB is a branch of the U.S. Department of Justice that enforces through civil litigation and criminal prosecutions a number of Federal statutes that protect public health and safety and protect consumers from fraud and other unfair practices...please click on the headline above for additional information and application instructions.
May 21 2013
"First Week of Work: Make or break your summer"
Pass the Baton, May 2013
Click here for an article with helpful tips on making a great impression during your first week at a summer internship.
A news service dedicated to in-depth antitrust coverage of key mergers and acquisitions is seeking to hire a paid summer antitrust intern...please click on the headline above for additional information.
May 20 2013
Hot Jobs: Judicial Internship in Washington, DC!
Please click on the headline above for additional information.
Rising 3Ls and soon-to-be-graduates, please remember that Monday, May 20, at 5 pm is the deadline to turn in your application packets for the Ninth Clerkship Mailing at OCS. This is your last chance to send paper applications to judges before the official Federal Law Clerk Hiring Plan date!
Because of the volume of applications received, all applications received after this date will be part of the First Mailing, which will arrive in judges’ chambers on Friday, June 28. The deadline for the First Mailing is Monday, June 3.
For additional information on how to apply, please see the Careers website at http://www.law.georgetown.edu/careers/career-planning/fellowships-clerkships-honors/clerkships/application-process/index.cfm.