2010-11 Government Internship and Honors Handbook
This is the resource 1L and 2L students should be using to research summer and academic-year internships with federal, state and local government agencies. 3L students can use this guide to identify which agencies have “honors” programs through which they hire graduating law students (and graduates who are immediately coming out of post-graduate clerkships and public interest fellowships).
* The username is "pecan" and the password is "sandies"
Federal Job Vacancies
Employment opportunities with the federal government - legal and otherwise.
Search the main index for federal government information, e.g. the Department of Justice.
Lists current job openings with the U.S. Government. Allows you to search by the type of job.
Judicial Council Of California
Administrative Office Of The Courts
(Offers a newsroom section and archive for news releases.)
The Securities And Exchange Commission
Site lists employment opportunities. Click on "About the SEC" and the "Employment Opportunities" option to locate specific job descriptions.
State Governments On The Web
Provides links to many state government sites nationwide.
U.S. Department Of State
This site has all the information you could ever want about becoming a Foreign Service Officer, from the application process, to test taking, salary structure, assignments and benefits. Internship opportunities and fellowships are also included.
U.S. Office Of Personnel Management
U.S. Patent & Trademark
This is the website for the U.S. Patent & Trademark office. It has a list of registered patent attorneys and agents as well as job listings for attorneys interested in intellectual property, patent, and trademark work.
Enter "employment" into the search option. Site will display links with listings of various non-profit organizations and grant foundations.