Do you have a difficult time finding breaks between law school and work to attend career advancement events? It’s a common problem, but opportunities abound for those who seek them out. The U.S. Department of Justice recently held a webinar to share information about internship opportunities in their office, and a recording is available for those who missed it. The DOJ has volunteer positions available to all law school students throughout the year, as well as a handful of paid roles for eligible 2L and 3L students. Volunteer experience is crucial for law students who are looking for ways to showcase their passion for the law but do not have the work experience to point to when meeting with employers, and is an especially common hurdle for 1L students.

The webinar below is a short 30-minutes and can be viewed at any time. Check it out now to ensure your application is submitted on time (deadlines vary by position) and make an appointment with a McGeorge CDO career advisor to review your cover letter and resume!

VIEW HERE: DOJ Volunteer Legal Internship Webinar

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