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Judicial Internship Program Albuquerque Area Office

The EEOC is the federal agency responsible for enforcing the employment anti-discrimination laws which make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of that person's race, color, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, religion, age (40 or older), disability, or genetic information.  If you are interested in employment law and civil rights, the EEOC is the agency for you.

The Hearings Unit is composed of Administrative Judges who preside over federal sector employment discrimination cases. The Administrative Judges rule on whether an individual has been a victim of discrimination. The Administrative Judges conduct hearings, rule on dispositive motions, and other discovery and prehearing matters. They also conduct settlement conferences in an attempt resolve pending cases.

Judicial Interns work directly with the Administrative Judges to help draft hearing decisions as well as other prehearing orders. Judicial Interns will conduct legal research and review the evidentiary record to assist the Administrative Judge in determining liability in the case. Judicial Interns can also observe hearings and mediations and assist in these proceedings as appropriate.

There is no funding for this Program. Most students receive credit, work study or a fellowship from their law school for their participation.

Job qualifications:

Students should be able to conduct legal research and have strong writing skills. Relevant course work such as employment law and civil procedure would be helpful.  Current law students with an interest in civil rights or public/government service preferred.

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter, resume, unofficial transcript, and short writing sample to: The cover letter should be addressed to:

Christina Vigil Frazier
Supervisory Administrative Judge
505 Marquette Avenue, N.W. Suite 900
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102

If you have any questions, please contact Judge Vigil Frazier at the e-mail address noted above.