Each year, the NRC selects a small number of graduating law students or judicial law clerks to serve in the Office of the General Counsel's (OGC's) Honor Law Graduate Program (HLGP). Established in 1972, the HLGP is the primary mechanism for hiring entry-level attorneys at the NRC. As an Honor Law Graduate, you will serve in a two-year program consisting of rotational assignments through different OGC divisions in order to gain broad exposure to the diverse legal practice at the NRC.Learn more about this agency
The Honor Law Graduate Program allows you to collaborate with seasoned attorneys and work independently on a variety of assignments, such as the following:
- participating in administrative litigation involving activities licensed by the NRC
- reviewing environmental impact statements with technical staff
- drafting proposed regulations for new or revised safety standards
- assisting in the review and litigation of employment law matters, Government contract matters, fiscal law and security issues
- working with the Solicitor in researching and preparing briefs for submission to the Federal courts of appeals
Occasional travel - There is occasional travel associated with OGC attorney positions. The amount of travel depends on the type of work you are performing. Attorneys involved with litigation and hearings typically need to travel more often.
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