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National Labor Relations Board
For offices which will consider applications visit https://www.nlrb.gov/who-we-are/careers/job-descriptions-and-listings/student-positions-law-non-legal#VFE
Posted: June 30 2016
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DescriptionThe National Labor Relations Board is a federal agency that enforces the National Labor Relations Act, which protects the rights of most private sector employees to join unions, to act together to change working conditions, and to refrain from engaging in any of these activities. The agency accomplishes these objectives by investigating and prosecuting unfair labor practice cases and conducting representation elections, in which employees can choose whether they wish to be represented. For more information, visit our website at www.nlrb.gov.
As a volunteer field examiner you would learn about the Act, investigate unfair labor practice cases. draft case reports containing your legal analysis and recommendations, and assist in conducting representation elections. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn labor law, interact with working men and women, and work with other professionals dedicated to enforcing the Act.
ResponsibilitiesInvestigating unfair labor practice cases, taking statements from witnesses, conducting legal research, drafting case reports containing your recommendations and assisting on government conducted elections.
RequirementsYou must be a student (either undergraduate or graduate) majoring in liberal arts or similar disciplines such as industrial relations, business, criminal investigations, journalism or computer forensics, and possess strong writing and analytical skills.
For more information on how to apply visit https://www.nlrb.gov/who-we-are/careers/job-descriptions-and-listings/student-positions-law-non-legal#VFE