Spring 2021 Remote Paid Law Internship

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Job Description

The Death Penalty Information Center (DPIC) is looking for a law student for a remotespring 2021 law internship.This law student will conduct legal research about the death penalty.The work will include research about prosecutorial misconduct, governmental transparency, the consideration of mitigation evidence, and racial bias in capital sentencing.With supervision by DPIC staff, the legal intern will be guided in performing legal research, writing memos on selected topics, monitoring litigation developments, and conducting cross-jurisdictional analyses.Applicants should have an interest in the Center's work ofserving the media and the public with analysis and information on issues concerning capital punishment andbe comfortable with a small office environment.We are willing to work with you to obtain law school credit. Law interns are required to work20 hours per week.If you have questions, please contact Chloe Madvig are due by November 13, 2020. To apply, please send a cover letter noting your experience and/or interest in capital punishment (including preferred hours), resume, and legal writing sample in a single PDF to Chloe Madvig at Considerations:The internship will begin in January and end in May, but exact dates are flexible.Applicants from historically disadvantaged groups, including women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals, are encouraged to apply.