About the Office: The jurisdiction of the Immigration Court includes all matters brought before the Court by the Department of Homeland Security. The immigration judges preside over formal immigration hearings. For further information about the Baltimore Immigration Court, please visit
Our office places a high value on diversity of experiences and perspectives and encourages applications from all qualified men and women from all ethnic and racial backgrounds, veterans, LGBT individuals, and persons with disabilities.
Job Description: Interns will conduct in-depth research and analysis on a variety of immigration law issues and will draft decisions and/or legal memoranda that will be taken under advisement by an immigration judge. In addition, interns will have the opportunity to observe various matters brought before the Court.
Qualifications: Second- and third-year law students are encouraged to apply; first-year (second semester) will be considered. Superior research and writing skills, an eye for detail, a desire to work as part of a small team of professionals, and a commitment to fairness and integrity in the administration of the immigration system are essential. Excellent opportunity for students with a background and interest in immigration law. Must be a U.S. Citizen. Interns must commit to working full-time for a minimum of ten (10) weeks during the summer. Start and end dates are flexible.
Salary: Volunteer (uncompensated). Course credit and externship opportunities are available depending on school requirements.
Closing Date: 14th October, 2019
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by e-mail to Christina Zeidan (firstname.lastname@example.org), Catherine
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(EST) on Octob