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        About the Office of the Attorney General, State of Nevada

        The Office of the Attorney General for the State of Nevada is one of the largest legal offices in Nevada. The Office currently employs over 150 attorneys across the state. Our attorneys handle thousands of legal matters every year ranging from public utilities and litigating civil deceptive trade practices; prosecuting financial fraud and worker's compensation insurance fraud; prosecuting crimes that occur in state correctional institutions; litigating post-conviction appeals and habeas petitions; missing children; representing the divisions of gaming, boards and open government; government and natural resources; and representing the divisions of transportation and public safety, and prisons. For more information about the office, please go to

          Internship Position Description

          The Office of the Nevada Attorney General is seeking up to twelve law students to work in our Carson City and Las Vegas offices. Internships will run during the period of May – August 2019. Interns work directly with Deputy Attorney Generals on substantive matters. Projects may include researching and writing memorandums, legal briefs, assisting with preparation for trial, witness interviews, document organization, and other tasks as assigned by a supervisor. Those interns who qualify for certification by the Nevada Supreme Court for training in the practice of law under Supreme Court Rule 49.5 are encouraged to do so. The assignments will be meaningful and give students a real opportunity to be exposed to current legal issues at the state and federal levels. Legal interns may also have an opportunity to visit the courts and observe court hearings and mediations under the supervision of a Deputy Attorney General. Applicants should have strong research and writing skills.

            Special Requirements

            • Only United States citizens or those legally authorized to work in the U.S. are eligible to apply
            • A State of Nevada/FBI background check will be required of the selected intern

              How to Apply

              To apply, please complete and submit all of the following documents:

              1. Law School Intern Application Form
              2. Cover letter
              3. Resume  
              4. A writing sample – 3-5 pages in length 
              5. An unofficial transcript

                Please submit completed applications and all required documents to or by mail:

                Office of the Attorney General
                State of Nevada
                c/o Internship Program
                555 East Washington Ave., Suite 3900
                Las Vegas, NV 89101