U.S. Attorney's Office in Louisville seeking Legal Interns/Externs for Spring 2014 Semester

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Kentucky is seeking volunteer legal interns for the spring 2014 semesters.  The option of earning academic credit for a substantial portion of hours worked is available.

The Office can accommodate up to 4 students.  The position requires a substantial time commitment.  Students are expected to devote 20 hours per week for at least 10 weeks during the semester.  As outlined below, students may elect to earn academic credit for a substantial portion of hours worked.

Prerequisites:  Students must have completed the 1L curriculum and be in good academic standing.  Some preference is given to 3Ls.

Academic Credit: Students selected to work as a volunteer legal intern for the U.S. Attorney’s Office have the option of earning 2-4 credit hours for part of their field work.   In addition to the required field work, students are expected to participate in the normal academic exercises associated with law school externships.  Prerequisites for externship credit are completion of the 1L curriculum plus 40 credit hours.

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