Legal interns will assist DOI’s investigators and attorneys in 1. Drafting and editing a variety of documents for both public and internal audiences, including complex investigative reports and legal memoranda; 2. Conducting legal research and analysis, including but not limited to, analyzing legal documents, financial records, and other documents such as, contracts, vendor records, agency policies, and controls; 3. Preparing subpoenas and document requests, and managing responses; 4. Participating in interviews of witnesses and subjects; and 5. Working collaboratively with other investigative units, prosecutorial bodies, and City agencies. The ideal intern will gain extensive legal writing skills; including writing and editing investigative reports and case referrals, preparing investigation summaries, drafting subpoenas and court orders, and authoring legal correspondence and memoranda.
This is an non paid internship
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