Type: State/Local Government
Categories: Criminal Prosecution
Students will assist in all stages of misdemeanor prosecution. This includes, but is not limited to, reviewing case files, drafting accusations, performing legal research, interviewing witnesses, participating in arraignment, motions hearings, bench trials, and, hopefully, jury trials.
- A clean criminal history (other than minor traffic offenses)
- Criminal Law
- Eligibility to practice under the Law School Public Prosecutor Act, which requires that a student (1) be in good academic standing (at least 2.3 G.P.A.), (2) have earned at least two thirds (58 hours) of the J.D. requirement in not fewer than four semesters or six quarters of residence, and (3) be of good moral character.
Please submit an unofficial transcript at the time of application.