Summer Law Intern Program Participating Components

Listed below are the Summer 2016 Summer Law Intern Program participating components. Applicants must meet Summer Law Intern Program eligibility requirements for all positions listed below.  Some offices, in particular the Office of the Solicitor General and the Office of Legal Counsel, impose additional eligibility criteria (e.g., judicial clerkship requirements).   Applicants must meet any additional eligibility criteria specified by a hiring component by the application deadline.

Antitrust Division  |  Civil Division  | Executive Office for Immigration Review  Federal Bureau of Prisons  |  Office of Information Policy |  Office of Legal Counsel  Office of the Solicitor General  |  Professional Responsibility Advisory Office Tax Division   |  U.S. Parole Commission

Name of Component Number of Hires

Antitrust Division

  • Washington, D.C.  (17)
  • New York (2 )
  • Chicago (2 )
  • San Francisco (2)


Civil Division  (Participating branches and hiring updates are coming soon.  The information below is from 2014.)

  • Appellate Staff (3)
  • Commercial Litigation Branch (12)
  • Federal Programs Branch (3)
  • Office of Immigration Litigation (7)
  • Torts Branch (5)

Executive Office for Immigration Review

  • Office of the Chief Immigration Judge (16)
         (Immigration Courts nationwide)
  • Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer ( 1 )
         (Washington, DC)
  • Office of the Director - EEO Staff (1)

Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)

  • Annapolis Junction, MD (1)
  • Atlanta, GA (1)
  • Grand Prairie, TX (1)
  • Kansas City, KS (1)
  • Philadelphia, PA (1)
  • Stockton, CA (1)
  • Washington, DC (5)


Office of Information Policy


Office of Legal Counsel
(eligibility restricted to 3Ls who are entering a judicial clerkship in fall 2016/winter 2017)


Office of the Solicitor General
(eligibility restricted to 3Ls who are entering a judicial clerkship in fall 2016/winter 2017)


Professional Responsibility Advisory Office


Tax Division

15 - 20

U.S. Parole Commission




Other Department components may participate informally in the Summer Law Intern Program.  They may not follow the regular Program timeline and may contact a candidate at any time during or after the review and selection process.  Some informal participants request to be listed on the online application. Applicants are then able to check a box to indicate their interest in being considered by that office. This does not count as one of an applicant's three employment preferences.






Updated May 26, 2015