Job Description :
The Civil Fraud Section seeks highly qualified interns to provide legal research and writing in support of the office's busiest cases.
Interns are generally assigned to one large case for the majority of their projects, affording them the opportunity to be integrated into a team and observe closely how one case develops over the course of the internship.
Interns usually take assignments on other matters as well.
Each intern is assigned a Fraud Section mentor, and interns are invited to observe attorneys in action in their team and other cases.
The internship offers an excellent opportunity to practice legal research and writing, learn what it's like to be a DOJ lawyer, and explore the substantive areas of the office's practice, which include litigation, investigation, negotiation, civil enforcement, healthcare, and government contracting.
The Civil Fraud Section seeks to develop interns' legal skills while benefiting from their support of the office's very important mission.