The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Ambassador Program assigns volunteers to law schools to serve as resources for law students and graduates. DOJ Ambassadors answer questions about work and recruitment at DOJ. The Program is managed through the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management.
The DOJ Ambassadors assigned to BC Law can be found on the Program website and work in the Environmental and Natural Resources Division and National Security Division of DOJ. BC Law students are encouraged to reach out to our DOJ Ambassadors to learn more about volunteer summer internships, the paid Summer Law Intern Program (SLIP), Honors Attorney Program and attorney recruitment.
For more information about DOJ and their legal hiring programs, please visit the DOJ site.