Legal -Law Internship - Immigration Issues

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VOIF
3220 Roderick Road
Frederick, MD
Posted: June 05 2017
Application Deadline: July 5, 2017
Position: 5 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

The best legal internship will allow you to gain real-world experience in a legal setting, and it ideally will include exposure to the kind of legal setting in which you want to work. In some cases, an internship is required for students graduating from legal secretarial or paralegal schools and law schools. Among the legal internships available are summer clerkships, judicial internships, legal clinics and programs that allow you to perform work pro bono, or free. In addition to gaining experience, consider what else you hope to get from an internship. Some internships will allow you to earn school credit. Some pay, and others do not. The best legal internship will be about which company will provide the better path towards your chosen profession, and Victims of Immigration Fraud can provide that for you.

Responsibilities

Work on internal business cases and problems
Assist with court filings, document preparation, and case management
Law research, client meetings, and general case management
Will engage in fields such as Intellectual Property, Business Law, Business Affairs, Government Affairs, Immigration Law, Public Relations, and Products Liability
Research and Memo writing
Working with a client rather than in a firm
Ability to take your own initiative
Dealing with internal business affairs
Work with other law interns in a collaborative group

Requirements

Must be current or recently graduated law student.
Need organization skills and particular attention to detail
Detail oriented and organized with a positive attitude
Strong interpersonal skills and excellent writing skills
Experience with research using computers and databases

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