The CCTF's Volunteer will work closely with the CCTF's trial attorneys and Division economists on research work, including writing and presenting legal memoranda; investigative work, including document review and party and third-party interviews; and the evaluation of complaints, including making recommendations to the CCTF about investigations to pursue. The volunteer will have the opportunity to present their work to the CCTF and its advisors and to attend relevant and appropriate meetings with parties or Division leadership, depositions, court hearings, trials and other events that may occur.

Minimum Weeks Required: 12 / 30 hours or more per week (or maximum term permitted by the volunteer's school).

Second- or third-year law students. Student must have completed at least one antitrust course before the internship begins. Must be a U.S. Citizen.

Uncompensated; course credit is available depending upon school requirements.

How to Apply:

Application Process:
Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and official or unofficial transcript by email to:
The CCTF will review applications on a rolling basis.
Contact: Debbie Wood
Phone:: 202-514-0668
Fall: July 31