Spring 2016: Duncan Weinberg Genzer & Pembroke PC



Spring 2016 Law Clerk


Duncan Weinberg Genzer Pembroke, P.C. is currently seeking applicants for a paid Spring 2016 Law Clerk.

Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke, P.C. (DWGP) is looking for a 2L or 3L to fill a part-time (paid) law clerk position in our Washington, DC office, working on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from January to May, 2016. A law clerk at DWGP performs research, drafts client memoranda, drafts pleadings, and supports our attorneys at FERC, in court and at settlement conferences and participates in telephonic and in-person client conferences as needed. The small firm environment at DWGP allows law clerks to perform tasks substantially similar to those of a first year associate.

Job Id: 36307
Deadline: January 8th, 2016
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Government Jobs In International Law

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Government Jobs in International Law

Presented by: Women’s Bar Association – International Law Forum & Government Attorneys Forum


Kathleen Hutchinson, Assistant Director for Regulatory Policy, Office of International Affairs, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Imani Ellis-Cheek Sy, Senior Attorney Advisor, Regional Specialist for Africa, International Bureau, Federal Communication Commission
Faye Ehrenstamm, Director, Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance, and Training (OPDAT), Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice
Thomas Reilly, Assistant General Counsel, International and National Security Programs, U.S. Department of Energy
Meredith Johnston, Attorney Adviser, Office of the Legal Adviser for Human Rights and Refugees, U.S. Department of State


Marilyn Tucker, Director of Alumni Career Services & International Internships, Georgetown Law Career Services

During this program, you will learn about diverse international practice areas from the perspective of panelists at a variety of federal agencies. If you’re interested in learning about government opportunities that exist for international practice, you won’t want to miss this program! We are pleased to be joined by the following co-sponsors: American Society of International Law; Washington Foreign Law Society; International Lawyers Network; Women in International Trade; Washington International Trade Association; and DC Bar International Law Section. The ABA Section of International Law is also a cooperating entity. Thank you to Clifford Chance LLP for hosting the event; appetizers will be served.

Date:           Thursday, December 3, 2015

Time:          6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Place:          Clifford Chance LLP


2001 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
Metro Stop: Farragut North (Red)

Advance Registration:

Members               $15

Non-members       $25

Student Members $10

After 11/30/2015:

Members               $20

Non-members       $30

Student Members $15

For more information, view the WBA Government Jobs in International Law Flyer

U.S. Air Force JAG Application Information

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Nearly 1,200 active duty military attorneys, called judge advocates (JAGs), have discovered that service as a commissioned officer in The Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG Corps) has much to offer. The JAG Corps provides the United States Air Force with all types of legal support. As an officer int he JAG Corps and a practicing attorney, your responsibilities will focus on all legal aspects of military operations including: criminal law, legal assistance, civil and administrative law, labor and employment law, international and operational law, space and cyberspace law, or special victims’ counsel at a court-martial, advising a commander on an international law issue, or helping an Airman with a personal legal matter.

Direct Application Program (DAP)

If you have completed your second year of law school or have completed two-thirds of your degree requirements, you may apply for a direct appointment as a JAG.

Application requirements

  • Citizen of the United States of America
  • Graduate from an ABA approved law school
  • Admitted to practice law in the highest court of any U.S. state, commonwealth, territory or District of Columbia
  • Commission as an officer before the age of 35
  • Complete and pass an Air Force medical examination after selection

For more information, read the Air Force JAG Info Sheet.

House of Representatives 2016 Spring Oversight Committee Internship


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Spring 2016 Internship


The House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee  is currently seeking applicants for a Spring 2016 Internship.

The Democratic staff of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform is seeking energetic and self-motivated law students for internships and/or externships for the Spring 2016 semester.Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting Committee staff in preparing for congressional hearings, conducting legal and factual research, drafting memoranda, and attending various briefings and meetings with Executive-branch officials for the purpose of taking notes.  Law students play a key role in the office and will work closely with Committee counsel and staff.

Job Id: 36146
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Spring 2016 Legal Internship


 Federal Communications Commission

Summer Internship

2L, 3LE

The Federal Communications Commission is currently seeking applicants for the 2016 Summer Legal Internship.

The duties involve assisting the Commissioner and senior staff members in the conduct of a variety of legal studies. Typical legal and other assignments require research on questions of law and facts in Commission and Court decisions, decisions of other regulatory agencies, and searches in legal reference materials for authorities and precedent cases on a specific point of law.

Job Id: 36121
Deadline: November 15, 2015
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D.C. Bar’s Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section Networking Event

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Free Monthly Networking Event for Environmental Professionals: 2nd Wednesday of Every Month


Date & Time: Wednesday, December 9, 2015 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Event Description
**This is a free event, registration is required. To access the in-person registration, please copy and paste the following link in your web browser: https://www.eli.org/events/monthly-networking-event-environmental-professionals-december-2015

JThe D.C. Bar’s Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section and the Environmental Law Institute invite you to attend free networking events on the second Wednesday of every month. Please see below for the list of dates for this networking event! Light appetizers will be provided; other refreshments are at your own expense. Members and friends of both organizations are welcome! Attendees must be over 21 years of age. The event will be held in the Sideline Room of the Laughing Man Tavern, an area on the lower level and to the right when facing the bar. Nearest Metro Stations: Metro Center and McPherson Square.

Dates for future networking events are:

January 13, 2016: Registration coming soon!

February 10, 2016: Registration coming soon!

March 9, 2016: Registration coming soon!

April 13, 2016: Registration coming soon!

May 11, 2016: Registration coming soon!

June 8, 2016: Registration coming soon!

Laughing Man Tavern
1306 G St N W 20
Washington DC
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Contact Information
Sections Office
Email: SectionsEvents@dcbar.org
Phone: 202-626-3463
Fax: 202-824-1877

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