Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Your Dream Jobs

1. Manage the Web site of the Washington Wizards.

2. MTV's Choose or Lose is looking for aspiring journalists to cover the 2008 election via written stories, vlogs and photos.

3. Intern in the Office of Legal Policy at the Department of Justice. "Most of what we do is related to the president's judicial nominees, but we also work on DOJ-related legislation and a couple interns have actually drafted immigration appellate briefs." E-mail me if interested.

4. Clerk for the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Refugees under Ranking Member John Cornyn (R-TX). Law clerks carry out a variety of tasks and projects during their six weeks, including tracking legislation, engaging in legal research and writing, and attending briefings and hearings. Past clerks have helped draft letters to government officials, brainstorm with counsel on breaking legislation, assist in preparations for committee hearings and briefings, and provide in-depth legal research. Full or part-time; a stipend is available. Click here (PDF) to apply.