Boggs LLP is seeking a dedicated student with an interest in public policy and
government relations to fill an unpaid internship position. For more than 40
years, Patton Boggs has
maintained a reputation for cutting-edge advocacy by working closely with
Congress and regulatory agencies in Washington, litigating in
courts across the country, and negotiating business transactions around the
world. Our firm includes women and men with extensive backgrounds in
government service with strong ties to both major political parties, as well as
top-flight litigators and individuals with a keen understanding of business and
Applicants should possess an academic emphasis in government or political science. Previous related internship experience is recommended but not required. Eligible applicants must be in their junior or senior year of their undergraduate education.
The internship will take place over four months, beginning in January 2011 and ending late April. Applicants must be able to secure academic credit for their internship.
Internship activities include contributing work to the firm's public policy clients as well as helping to coordinate and facilitate a large-scale client lobbying conference.
In order to apply, eligible applicants must send a resume, cover letter and writing sample to Jessica Pung via email at email@example.com by November 5, 2010.