September 25, 2016
Congressional Research Service, American Law Division Law Clerk Program
The American Law Division accepts interns for the fall and spring academic terms and for the summer. Internships are available to students who are in, or have completed two years of law school. Working directly with attorneys in the division, interns research and explain legal issues of current interest to Congress, attend briefings and assist in writing analytical reports and memoranda.
Strong writing and analytical skills are critical. Though interns are unpaid, CRS routinely works with law schools to arrange for public service stipends or academic credit, where available.
Initial offers for spring and summer internships are made by late fall, those for fall by late spring. For volunteer internships in the American Law Division send inquiries, cover letters, resumes and writing samples to Larry M. Eig at [email protected]
If you are accepted, you will participate in this program for 1 term(s).
Applications are accepted at any time.
For More Information:
US Citizenship Required.
Applications Open To:
Contact & Application Information:
Name: Larry M. Eig
Phone: (202) 707-7896
Email: [email protected]