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Current Vacancies

Fishing on Frye Lake in the Southern Wind River Range, Courtesy of USAO Staff

Be sure to review the Employment page for important information on hiring, job opportunities and volunteer programs in the District of Wyoming. Employment questions should be directed to the Administrative Officer by contacting the United States Attorney’s Office in Cheyenne. See the Contact Us page for our address and telephone number.

Attorneys

No recruitment at this time.

Non-Attorney Permanent Staff

No recruitment at this time.

Law Students

Attorney General’s Summer Law Intern Program for paid employment in the summer of 2012 – we selected four candidates. Two are working in Yellowstone and two are working in Cheyenne. If you are interested in being considered for employment in the summer of 2013, please apply on-line between July 31, 2012 and September 4, 2012. You may obtain more information and application instructions at the following website: Summer Law Intern Program.

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University of Wyoming law students interested in volunteer employment for the fall semester should contact the Prosecution Clinic Coordinator at the College of Law. We do not intend to select volunteer law students to work in the summer of 2013.

Undergradute Students

No vacancies.

 

 

 

[Last updated: July 17, 2012]

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