Washington DC EEOC Summer Opportunity

March 30th Application Deadline!

Commissioner Stuart Ishimaru has two unpaid law clerk positions available in Washington, D.C. He is one of five Commissioners who lead the agency by establishing policy and regulations, approving litigation in a variety of areas, and establishing and overseeing various programs and initiatives.

Law clerk assignments may include reviewing litigation recommendations and federal employment discrimination determinations, performing legal research and writing research memoranda on employment discrimination and administrative law issues, attending meetings with the Commissioner and his staff attorneys, assisting in preparing for public EEOC meetings, and drafting speeches.

A background in employment discrimination and/or civil rights law is preferred. Strong writing skills are required. Law clerks must be available for a minimum of eight weeks. Must be a current student Interested students should submit a resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript, and short writing sample by March 30, 2008 to jacinta.ma@eeoc.gov.