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US Army Corps of Engineers

Joined in August 2019

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Office of the Chief Counsel selects a limited number of graduating law students, graduating LLM students, and judicial law clerks to participate in the Chief Counsel’s Civilian Honors Program. Through the Civilian Honors Program, we can place highly qualified graduating law students, graduating LLM students, and judicial law clerks in full-time, entry-level civilian legal positions throughout our over 50 offices worldwide as those positions become available. The Program provides new attorneys challenging work, significant responsibility, and unparalleled development opportunities to serve the public.

To be eligible to apply, candidates must be third-year law students or Master of Laws candidates who will graduate no later than June of their academic year of application, or law school graduates currently participating in a judicial clerkship program. Students are considered to have applied by participating in on-campus interviews with USACE recruiters or by submitting a resume, transcript, and writing sample to the Civilian Honors Program email, which is the following:

CECC-HON@usace.army.mil

All application materials must be e-mailed or postmarked by October 15 of the academic year in which the applicant graduates or of the final year of judicial clerkship.

For further information, please see our program webpage:

http://www.usace.army.mil/Chief-Counsel-Office/Honors-Program/

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Office of the Chief Counsel selects a limited number of graduating law students, graduating LLM students, and judicial law clerks to participate in the Chief Counsel’s Civilian Honors Program. Through the…

Issue Areas Include

  • Disaster Relief
  • Environment & Sustainability
  • Legal Assistance
  • Transportation
  • Water & Sanitation

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