General Counsel Litigation Support

All supplies and equipment are supplied by the Wildlife Resources Commission. All work-related travel expenses are paid by the Wildlife Resources Commission. All interns are paid overtime in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards act and agency policy. Please note that housing is the responsibility of the intern.

Project Name: General Counsel litigation support


Objective:

Provide litigation support for discovery, public records requests, research and writing. Other areas as needed depending on interest and experience of intern


Project Location:

County: Wake

Location: Centennial Campus

Location Description: Raleigh Office

Academic Majors:

Law school


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

Knowledge Skills and Abilities gained through first or second year of law school. Research and writing skill.

Tasks and Duties:

This Intern will work for the General Counsel of the Wildlife Resources Commission to support ongoing litigation and other matters related to the Commissions regulatory functions. Work will include examining public record requests and redacting confidential information from responses. Assisting with obtaining information, researching and drafting discovery responses. Reseaching a variety of issues related to Wildlife law and government regulatory authority. Other duties assigned as discussed and agreed upon with supervisor.


Travel Required:

limited travel, may travel to assist in depositions or other litigation matters.


Work Schedule:

Weekdays (M-F)


Final Product:

Provide accurate legal materials in connection with ongoing litigation.


Knowledge Gained:

Knowledge of discovery responses, drafting, wildlife law, government regulation.

How to Apply:


Learn about the application process.