I started my internship at the Administrative Conference in the summer of 2010, following my second year of law school. At that time, the Administrative Conference had five employees working in borrowed space at the FTC. By the end of my internship, the Administrative Conference had moved into its own offices, more than doubled its staff, held two plenary sessions, and adopted five new recom
Resources for Students
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How does the ACUS internship process work? Glad you asked! This blog post will take you through the process from start to finish.
By Samantha Aster, ACUS Legal Intern
What’s in a name? I started working at the Administrative Conference of the United States just a short while ago and soon found that there were many variations of the agency’s name. For example, the agency has been referred to as the “Administrative Conference” or the “Conference.” I, for one, originally called it A-C-U-S. But that’s not the most utilized variation. Neither is “Ah-K
Publications for Students
Helpful Administrative Law Web Addresses
- ABA Administrative Procedure Database
- Administrative Law Review Public Resources
- Collaboration on Government Secrecy
- Cornell Legal Information Institute
- Government Accountability Office Reports
- Government Printing Office
- Interagency Working Group on Alternative Dispute Resolution
- LSU Federal Agency Directory
- National Partnership for Reinventing Government
- Office of the Federal Register
- Regulatory Information Service Center
- SBA Office of Advocacy
- The Regulatory Group Inc.
- The Center for Regulatory Effectiveness
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit
- U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library
- U.S. Office of Government Ethics
- U.S. Supreme Court
- University of Virginia School of Law Federal Administrative Decisions and Actions Page
Our summer semester interns are:
- Jacquelyn Bolen, a rising 2L from the University of Richmond Law School.
- Brandon Bull, a rising 3L from the University of Virginia Law School.
- Laura Gaudreau, a rising 2L from American University Washington College of Law.
- Arjun Ravi, a rising 2L from Cornell University Law School.
- Audi Syarief, a rising 2L from the University of Virginia Law School.