Law Student Programs
The United States Attorneys' offices and the Executive Office for United States Attorneys offer many exciting and rewarding opportunities for students.
Summer Law Intern Program - The Summer Law Intern Program is the United States Attorneys’ offices competitive recruitment program for compensated summer internships. Offices have the option to participate in the program every year and applications are accepted online during a scheduled timeframe.
Visit the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management website for more information.
Volunteer Legal Internships - United States Attorneys’ offices also offer volunteer opportunities for summer employment through the Volunteer Law Intern Program. Visit the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management website for more information.
Other Student Programs
Students are defined as individuals enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an accredited high school, technical or vocational school; two-year or four-year college or university; graduate or professional school; or individuals who are taking at least a half-time academic, vocational, or technical course load leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate. More information on student programs in the federal government can be found on the Office of Personnel Management’s USAJOBS site.