Apply today to be an FCPAméricas Law Clerk. The program is sponsored by Matteson Ellis Law, PLLC. Law Clerks perform semester-long unpaid internships with the leading U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) blog of the Americas. Applications are currently being considered for the September through December 2012 semester. As an FCPAméricas Law Clerk, you will play a key role in running the premier anti-corruption legal blog in the region.
You will gain first-hand, substantive exposure to a variety of areas of FCPA enforcement and compliance; research strategies for international anti-corruption laws; emerging best practices in anti-corruption compliance programs; enforcement trends by the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; and, corruption risks and issues relevant in Latin America.
- - Preference given to law students near completion of their degree.
- - Spanish and/or Portuguese fluency required (reading and writing). Preference given to applicants who speak the language as their first.
- - Law Clerks must be comfortable with meeting tight deadlines.
- - 3-5 hours/week time commitment.
- - Law Clerks work virtually from any location in the United States or Latin America.
- - Experience working with WordPress preferred.
- - Mentoring and networking in a growth area of international law.
- - Opportunity to publish on a widely-read blog.
- - Training in theory and practical skills.
- - Send cover letter and CV (in English) to email@example.com.
- - Finalists will be asked to write a blog post about corruption in their own country (600 words or less).
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