State attorneys general are increasingly important participants in the American legal system. As headlines continue to point to the fact that attorneys general are deeply involved in setting national policy in areas such as immigration, health care and global warming, their responsibilities in providing legal services within state government also increase even as state spending declines. Read more
Working alone or in combination, state attorneys general are major players in both American jurisprudence and national policy.
As reflected in the 2012 $27 billion mortgage fraud settlement with the nation's leading banks, state attorneys general, 43 of whom are elected statewide, have made their mark in health care, consumer protection, antitrust law, civil rights, privacy, environment, labor law, reproductive rights, and much more. Read more
Summer Jobs at AG Offices
The National State Attorneys General Program is available to assist Columbia Law School students seeking summer internships at offices of attorneys general around the country. View the password-protected page below for information on ways the Program can help.
The Program's Student Internship Information page is for Columbia Law School students only. In order to view the page, enter your CLS account's username and password when prompted.
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