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Re: Which DC Summer Internship Position?

Postby seizmaar » Thu Feb 19, 2015 10:13 am

i can only speak with some hearsay knowledge about the DOJ sections, but from what i've been told, commercial lit has some decent work and gives you pretty strong exit options as well, whether to a firm or to AUSA

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Re: Which DC Summer Internship Position?

Postby Anonymous User » Thu Feb 19, 2015 2:44 pm

Anonymous User wrote:Hello Everyone,

Hope you are all doing well.
Not really sure what area of law I want to practice in.
How do these options compare with each other? (Can't split)
All are volunteer legal intern positions in the DC metro area.

Much thanks!


Worked at DOJ Crim Fraud- very mixed opinions from all other interns too. The level of work and mentoring was extremely dependent on which attorney you were assigned to and even then, the projects weren't all that exciting. They don't put a lot of trust in interns and it's great if you want an easygoing summer but not if you want something substantial.




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