The National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) hires legal interns for semester or year long internships along with remote externships for credit. The internship program provides hands-on experience in criminal justice policy affecting elected and appointed prosecutors from across the country. The legal intern conducts legal research and assists staff attorneys with technical assistance for prosecutors and allied criminal justice professionals. This position will be with the National Traffic Law Center division and will involve impaired driving and/or commercial motor vehicle issues. NDAA also offers undergraduate and graduate internships.
Position Requirements/Essential Skills and Experience
Strongly Preferred Skills and Experience
Communicates with prosecutors, allied professionals, faculty, students, vendors and the general public
The unpaid internship/remote externship positions are available on a full-time or part-time basis throughout the academic year and during the summer. We prefer that students work between 20-40 hours per week but are willing to accommodate students’ academic schedules. NDAA is located 1 block from the Crystal City Metrorail station.
HOW TO APPLY
Eligibility: All currently enrolled students in an accredited law school, as well as recent law school graduates are eligible to apply.
Instructions: Please send completed application materials to NDAA via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who would like to be considered for an internship are asked to send the following items:
Application Deadline: October 15 or until filled
Application Deadline: February 15 or until filled
Application Deadline: June 15 or until filled
Duration: September- December
Applications received before the deadline will receive priority consideration. Applications received after the deadline are acceptable, however will only be reviewed if a position remains available. We are generally able to make accommodations for internships of different lengths.