NDDS solicits applications from energetic, organized, and detail-oriented second- and third-year law students to fill intern/extern openings. Unpaid positions are available during academic semesters and summers. Many interns/externs receive academic credit for their experience.
Applicants for law internship positions must be enrolled, in good standing, in law school and have: (1) a strong academic background; (2) excellent research and writing skills; (3) interest in criminal and international law; and (4) interest in drug enforcement.
Must be a second- or third-year law student.
The positions are unpaid. United States citizenship is required. Because of the sensitive nature of the work, applicants must pass a background check before a formal offer for an internship can be extended.
Minimum Hours Required:
Spring and Fall: Full semester (at least 16 hours per week)
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