Foundation Interns

AARPWashington, DC

24 days ago


Job Title

Foundation Litigation Intern (Summer 2024)

Job Location

Washington, DC, United States

Job Overview

AARP Foundation Litigation is seeking a rising third-year or advanced degree law student to join us as a paid intern. As a part of our team, you will have the opportunity to make a significant impact in ending senior poverty through cutting-edge impact litigation. If you are an ambitious critical thinker with a passion for public interest law, we want to hear from you. This internship is anticipated to start in May/June 2024.


  • Hourly Rate: $21
  • Non-exempt position, no employee benefits


  • Conduct legal research
  • Draft legal documents such as memoranda, pleadings, and briefs
  • Assist with civil discovery
  • Conduct client interviews
  • Collaborate with outside co-counsel
  • Contribute to litigation strategy


  • Rising third-year or advanced degree law student
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills
  • Proficient in WESTLAW and other legal research platforms
  • Familiarity with The Blue Book: A Uniform System of Citation
  • Demonstrated interest or experience in public interest/public service
  • Ability to work in an in-office/open office environment with moderate noise

We're excited for you to apply!

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