Graduate Law Fellows will assist the legal team across the full spectrum of immigration practice. Must be bilingual (speaking, listening, reading and writing). Must: Admission or awaiting admission to a state bar association is required. Admission or pending admission to the bar of DC or Maryland is strongly preferred (for DC Office Fellowship). Admission or pending admission to the Virginia Bar is strongly preferred (for VA office scholarships). Relevant precedent. Legal trainee Intern in the legal department. Students interested in a legal career in the telecommunications industry or in the executive or legislative branch of government are encouraged to apply. Assist in researching and writing comments to be submitted in FCC proceedings and review and summarize comments submitted by other parties in FCC proceedings. The intern may also assist in the preparation of draft by-laws and languages of committee report and hearing matters. APPLICATION: Please apply online at virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com.
Articling in the Family Violence and Family Law Program The articling student will have significant exposure to culturally diverse clients and will work directly with lawyers and clients to help prepare cases. The DV/FL program represents clients in Emergency Preparedness (CPO) and Department of Family Relations (DRB) cases (i.e. divorce, custody, and child support), as well as attorneys for clients who are witnesses in criminal investigations and cases in DC. The DV / FL. An intern in the fall internship may be asked to do a variety of things, including daily office work like answering the phone, writing letters, and helping with media clips. In addition, interns can be used to assist with various constitutive cases or to work on important district-based projects. All expressions of interest must be accompanied by an application and a curriculum vitae. Litigator The candidate will work on service recovery litigation in the central and southern parts of Virginia. Experience in debt collection and creditor rights is a bonus. Must have 2+ years of process experience. The Attorney General`s Office, one of the largest law firms in the Commonwealth of Virginia, offers unique opportunities for meaningful and interesting careers.
If you are hardworking, dedicated and motivated, we may have a position for you. As an equal opportunity employer, we offer the challenge and enthusiasm of a complex, rewarding and determined public service. Veterans, AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other National Service veterans are encouraged to apply. Please apply for one of our current vacancies, which you will find below.