Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace is seeking a Summer Intern to work a minimum of 40 hours per week (at $20 per hour) during the summer with the possibility of additional hours in the fall. The Institute serves the common interests of employers and employees in the prevention of drug abuse and its impact on the workplace. The Institute is active on legislative, legal, and regulatory issues at the federal, state, and local levels. Additional information is available at www.drugfreeworkplace.org. Intern duties include researching, analyzing, and summarizing new drug-free workplace related cases, statutes, and regulations for inclusion in an annual publication. The intern will also be responsible for tracking legal, legislative, and regulatory developments related to workplace drug testing and drafting updates for distribution to members and subscribers. To apply, submit a resume and writing sample by fax (202.842.0022) or mail (1400 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005) to Gina Petro, Counsel. This position is open until filled, so apply immediately.
Summer & Academic Opportunity in State/Local Government:
Anne Arundel County Office of Law is seeking applicants for a Law Clerk position to be employed from June 1, 2004 through May 20, 2005. The position requires up to 40 hours per week during the summer months and a minimum of 15 hours during the academic year. The primary responsibility of this position will be legal research for attorneys engaged in a full range of legal services, including litigation of torts and civil actions, administrative law, procurement, and labor and personnel law. Successful applicants are currently 2L day students and 3L evening students with strong academic credentials, and excellent legal research and writing skills, including the use of Lexis.
To apply, submit a resume and writing sample demonstrating your legal and analytical skills to Sharon L. Darden, Management Assistant II. Ms. Darden can be reached at 410.222.7888 and email@example.com. Applications must be submitted by April 16, 2004.
Summer Clerking Opportunities:
Law Offices of Harold M. Vaught is accepting applications for a Summer Internship position from 1 & 2Ls. This small labor law practice, located in Capitol Hill, represents law enforcement labor unions and their individual members in Federal and D.C. Courts and administrative matters including employee disciplinary actions and union arbitration. Among the firm’s clients is the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department’s 3,300 member Fraternal Order of Police Labor Committee. The intern work will include drafting arbitration briefs, representing clients in administrative hearings and conducting on-line legal research. Interested students should provide a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Harold M. Vaught, Esq. at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: all inquiries are welcome, but e-mail inquiries are preferred.
Chief Attorney & Legal Services Directorate, US Army Resources & Programs Agency has 5 law intern positions available. Interns will work for a full year, beginning full-time in the summer and part-time (up to 20 hours a week) during the academic year. Pay will be $34,184 per annum (GS-7). Interns will review and respond to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act requests, research various topics within government contracts and administrative law, including bid protests, contract disputes, and work with federal regulations. To apply, fax