Attorney Jeff Brickman is seeking a Criminal Defense Intern who would be interested in assisting attorneys with discovery review in a federal fraud case out of the NDGA.
The work would entail meeting with Supervising Attorney (and co-counsel), sitting in (even remotely) with the client who lives out of state, learning about the case, and assisting in going through a large volume of discovery to assist us in determining the strengths and weaknesses of the case. There could also be some legal research involved, although at the moment, the great majority of the work would be to review and even “organize” the discovery we have received.
There are a number of co-defendants and the alleged scheme is quite interesting. While the primary reason for needing the intern would be to assist on this case, this is a great opportunity to learn more about running a criminal defense practice, client control, handling a caseload, etc.
Ideally seeking 2L candidates, but anyone with interest in criminal defense is welcome to apply.
To apply, contact Jeff Brickman via email with your resume attached.