Hey everyone. I am not in law school but am thinking about it. I want to work in public interest law or for local government even from the very start--I really have no interest in representing large companies at a firm. Are there any entry level government jobs? Ultimately I would like to end up doing white collar work, but I realize that entry level work will not be handling this type of stuff.
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At the federal level, several federal agencies have “Honors Programs” which is how they usually hire people straight from graduating law school or from a clerkship. Very competitive and currently agencies are cutting or reducing the size of their hiring programs because of budget cuts/hiring freezes.
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