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About WF
Law Student Intern

Job Description

Workplace Fairness seeks law students on a year-round, rolling basis for internship positions. Interns will work closely with the Senior Advisor and Executive Director, both attorneys, and will be integrally involved in the process of preparing legal content for the Workplace Fairness website, as well as researching and preparing materials regarding cutting-edge workplace issues, for blogs, action alerts, and other web-based communications. Interns must have excellent legal writing and research skills. Although experience in employment law is preferred, we are primarily interested in working with students who are self-motivated, focused, Web-savvy, and strongly interested in protecting the rights of workers.

Interns may work full or part-time. This internship pays $15 per hour. Students can arrange to receive course credit but should determine whether their particular institution permits course credit for paid internships or not. Internships may be unpaid if it is required to receive course credit and the student makes this request. Our organization is headquartered in Silver Spring, MD (Washington, DC metro area); however, interns can work remotely from any location, and will be supervised by the Senior Advisor, an attorney. Students whose job options are geographically limited or who prefer to telecommute may find the flexibility of this type of internship ideal.

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How To Apply

Send an e-mail (subject line: Law Student Intern) explaining your interest and experience, with your resume attached (Word or PDF), to [email protected]




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