Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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Volunteer/Intern

INTERNSHIPS

The Arizona Attorney General's Office offers exciting, educational, and productive undergraduate and law internships year-round in several divisions within the agency. Interns get to work with the best lawyers, support staff and investigators in the State on a wide range of legal issues. Currently, we offer the following internships:

  • Law Internships
  • Fellowships or Externships, in which students earn academic credit or receive a stipend/fellowship funds
  • Undergraduate Internships:
    • Special Investigations (SIS)
    • Office of Victim Services Section (OVS)
    • Community Outreach and Education (CMO)

INTERNSHIP FORMS


Click on an internship position below to view the specific details and how to apply.

Description:

The Attorney General is currently accepting applications for its 2018 Summer Law Internship Program. These internships are volunteer positions, but may be eligible for public interest stipends from certain law schools.  The Office is also accepting applications for law school-funded post-graduate fellowships, as well as externships for credit during the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years.

Typical intern duties include complex legal research, drafting briefs and memoranda, participating in moot courts, and preparing for and observing depositions, hearings and trials.

Prospective interns must submit a (1) internship interest request form, (2) cover letter, (3) resume, (4) writing sample, and (5) references. To apply, please email all documents to humanresources@azag.gov, Adobe PDF version preferred. Applications will be reviewed weekly, the final deadline is Friday, March 2, 2018.

For more information, please contact Human Resources at humanresources@azag.gov or call 602-542-8056.

Description:

The Special Investigations Section of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office has an ongoing need for interns. Applicants will be highly motivated students from the University of Arizona or other Tucson area colleges and universities, and will have an interest in law enforcement or related fields. Applicants should be taking a relevant course of study, such as Criminal Justice and Criminology, and have a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 2.75.

To apply: Please visit the AZStateJobs website.