The Criminal and Civil Divisions of the United States Attorney's office allow third-year students to work as interns for two semesters in an organized program of litigation support under Georgia's Student Practice rule. Students are assigned to a particular component of the office, and practice under the supervision of an Assistant U.S. Attorney. Students must have completed civil procedure, evidence and criminal procedure courses before appearing in court.
Placement in the criminal division is also available through the Prosecutorial Justice Program, but you must complete the Civil Externship application form.
A federal security check is required.
3L students only; Students must work two consecutive semesters. Students may work part-time or full-time each semester or combine part-time and full-time semesters.
writing sample, unofficial transcript; students should preference either criminal or civil division in their statement of interest.