The Office of the Solicitor’s is looking for legal interns for their various offices in United States of America.
About The Office of the Solicitor’s (SOL)
The Office of the Solicitor’s (SOL) mission is to meet the legal service demands of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). As the Secretary of Labor and other Department officials seek to accomplish the Department’s overall mission and further specific priorities, SOL provides legal advice regarding how to achieve those goals.
In doing so, SOL ensures the nation’s labor laws are forcefully and fairly applied and enforced to protect the Nation’s workers. The SOL National Office at our Washington, D.C., headquarters includes nine divisions that provide program advice and litigation services to Department agencies.
About the Internship
The Office of the Solicitor’s is providing internship/externship opportunities for those participating in designated hiring authorities, such as the Pathways Program, as well as those receiving stipends or academic credit. Interested applicants should reach out to the individual SOL Division or Regional Offices to find out more information about currently available opportunities.
As a legal intern, you will perform a variety of legal assistance responsibilities including significant legal research and writing related to advice, litigation and/or rule-making projects for client agencies; and analyzing the legal impact of legislative developments, administrative and court decisions, rulings and opinions on Departmental programs. Interns may also attend meetings with DOL client agencies, other SOL divisions, and other executive agencies, as appropriate.
- Excellent research and writing skills
- A demonstrated interest in civil rights, labor, and employment issues
- A strong academic record
- Prior relevant courses or work experience preferred but not required
How to apply?
All interested candidates must submit (1) a cover letter; (2) a resume; (3) a law school transcript; (4) a recent writing sample; and (5) a list of three references by email to:
Jo Ann Baptiste, Management and Program Analyst; CRLMInternshipApplications@dol.gov; 202-693-5737.