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jsb422 wrote:Are there any other government agencies besides NYC Law Department that give job offers to summer associates?
I know the FDIC and the SEC both do, and I vaguely recall other government agencies do too
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(I know this is anal/nitpicky of me, but please don't call a government job being a summer associate, unless they specifically use that term. Generally a summer associate is someone working for pay at a firm with the prospect of a full-time offer at the end. Government gigs are generally internships or externships or just maybe a fellowship.)
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