Legal Externship position at Office of Government Ethics for Spring 2012 semester

The Office of Government Ethics seeks highly qualified law students to participate in a Spring semester externship program in Washington, D.C. to work with attorneys in support of the Office of Government Ethic’s mission.  This may include aiding attorneys in:  providing oral and written advice to senior agency ethics officials and ethics counselors throughout the executive branch on a wide variety of topics of interest to the ethics community; preparing memorandum on policy and advisory opinions; making presentations to Federal agencies and other organizations; working with the White House and executive branch agencies in reviewing candidates for positions requiring Senate confirmation; drafting legislation and regulations, formulating ethics and conflict of interest policy for the executive branch; and assisting the OGE Director in the administration of the agency.  This position is for class credit only.  (See attachment for full details.)

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