National Security Counselors, a DC area public interest law firm, is accepting applications from JD and LLM students for a legal intern for the fall 2012 semester. For information about NSC, please visit http://www.nationalsecuritylaw.org.
The legal intern’s responsibilities and experience will include factual and legal research and writing for a variety of types of cases, summarizing documents obtained from the government for publication, developing and submitting grant applications, and other legal support work as necessary.
The position requires approximately 15-25 hours per week, but is mostly a telecommuting position on your own time; although, some in-person work time is required. The position is unpaid, but academic credit may be available depending on your school’s requirements.
More details about the internship, including requirements and application procedures, is available at http://www.nationalsecuritylaw.org/files/Internship.pdf (case sensitive).
Any questions should be directed to Kel McClanahan at Kel@nationalsecuritylaw.org.