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Legal and Litigation Intern (Part Time)

Start date: 01/16/2023(flexible)Duration: 49 Weeks
Unpaid Internship

a year ago


Litigation interns work directly under the supervision of trial attorneys and will get to attend and assist with court hearings and pre-trial preparation. Specific tasks will be based on more detailed determinations of applicant capabilities

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Applicant Requirements vary on the level of responsibility sought. Opportunities exist for students at the Undergraduate, Graduate, Law School and Post Graduate level. Please contact the office for more information. International Applicants are welcome.

About Law Offices of Paul Strauss & Associates, P.C.

The Law Offices of Paul Strauss and Associates, P.C. is a downtown Washington, DC law firm with offices located 2 blocks from the White House, near "Black Lives Matter Plaza". The firm's areas of practice include, but are not limited to Labor Law and Employment Discrimination, Tenant's Rights and Real Estate litigation, personal injury and family law.
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Law Offices of Paul Strauss & Associates, P.C. is actively interviewing now. Due to the volume of applications, Law Offices of Paul Strauss & Associates, P.C. has indicated that they will not follow up unless you are selected for an interview.

Law Offices of Paul Strauss & Associates, P.C. also indicates this role is likely to convert to full-time.

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  • Law64%

  • Political Science And Government6%

  • Economics2%

  • Psychology2%

  • History1%

  • 224 other majors23%

People who did this kind of internship end up at the following companies

  • US Department Of Justice
  • Federal Judiciary
  • US District Court
  • SEC
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