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2016-2017 Judicial Law Clerk

2L, 2LE, 3L, 3LE, 4LE

Judge Leahy is accepting applications for two one-year law clerks with the Maryland Court of Appeals. The positions will run from August 2016 through August 2017.

Job Id: 32462
Deadline: March 02, 2015
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Fall 2015 Volunteer Legal Internship

1L, 1LE, 2L, 2LE, 3L, 3LE

The Arlington Immigration Court is now accepting applications for Fall 2015 Volunteer Legal Internships. Interns have a unique opportunity to gain substantive experience in immigration law and procedure in the context of removal proceedings. Interns 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 develop considerable familiarity with the Immigration & Nationality Act, the Code of Federal Regulations, and immigration case law.

Examples of typical assignments include drafting decisions on complex asylum cases, researching whether a particular criminal offense renders a person subject to removal, and drafting memoranda on diverse and developing areas of immigration law. In nearly every assignment, law interns work with both the law and the unique facts that an individual case presents.

Fall Volunteer Legal Interns are expected to work 15-20 hours per week for at least 12 weeks.

Job Id: 32926
Deadline: February 18, 2015
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