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SPRING 2012 VOLUNTEER LEGAL INTERNSHIPS - ARLINGTON IMMIGRATION COURT
Legal interns will have a unique opportunity to gain substantive experience in immigration law and procedure in the context of removal proceedings. Interns will work with an array of issues in immigration law, such as eligibility for asylum and adjustment of status, implementation of the Convention Against Torture, and the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. They will develop considerable familiarity with the Immigration and Nationality Act, the Code of Federal Regulations, and immigration case law. Prior knowledge of immigration law is strongly encouraged, but not necessary. However, strong research and writing skills are required.
Interns are expected to work part-time, approximately fifteen to twenty hours per week. If you are interested in a volunteer legal internship at the Arlington Immigration Court, please submit a cover letter, resume, transcript (official or unofficial), and a brief writing sample (no more than five pages) to:
Kavita Kapur, Attorney Advisor, United States Immigration Court, Arlington, Virginia, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for Spring 2013 internships should be submitted by email to ensure receipt during the relocation of the Arlington Immigration Court. They are due October 1, 2012. For questions on the internship or application process, call:(703) 235-2488.
EPA HONORS PROGRAMS
The EPA Office of the General Counsel is hiring summer law clerks and fellows. Please click on the links for information about the Summer Honors Law Clerk and Honors Legal Fellowship Programs. HBA-DC has been asked to encourage students to apply by submitting an unofficial transcript along with their application materials via email to:
Mr. Manuel Gonzalez
If selected for an interview you will need to submit an official transcript.
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