Work Hours: 8 hours a week / days and times negotiable
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Organizational Area: Office of General Counsel
Location: Oakland, CA
Position Summary: The Office of the General Counsel for The Regents of the University of California is seeking a highly qualified, well-rounded second or third year law student to participate as a volunteer law clerk in our office during the Spring 2018 semester.
The law clerk will support attorneys in the Educational Affairs, Public Accountability, and Governance practice group. The work will include research on unique constitutional law issues and other matters arising from the practice group. The assigning attorneys are expected to give constructive and comprehensive feedback to the law clerk on his/her work product. The ideal candidate would be able to work a consistent schedule of at least 8 hours /week with the particular days and times negotiable.
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Other Special Conditions of Employment: Background check is required for employment
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