Legal Intern Program

The City of Marysville’s summer Rule 9 intern has an opportunity to gain valuable courtroom experience through an internship with the Prosecution Division. Marysville is Snohomish County's second-largest city, and its municipal court serves more than 65,000 residents. This is a paid summer position and may be extended into the fall semester, depending on the intern’s class schedule.

Interns are assigned to the City of Marysville Prosecution Division and will assist the City Prosecutors with their caseloads in municipal court. This division prosecutes all criminal violations of City ordinances, appears in contested civil infractions, and handles appeals of criminal matters.

The Rule 9 internship is demanding, but provides a great amount of in-court practice, educational experience and rewards not frequently offered by other internship programs. Interns may work on the following types of tasks:
  • Appear in court for arraignments, pretrial hearings, probation violation hearings, arguing motions, and more.
  • Prepare and argue contested infraction hearings in which the defendant has hired private counsel or when an officer has been subpoenaed.
  • Assist with trial preparation and, as scheduling permits, participate in jury trials.
  • Research legal issues and write briefs.

Intern requirements


How to apply


Application deadlines

    
  • Applications are currently being accepted for Summer 2017
  • Applications are due by August 12, 2016
  • Interviews will be completed by September 9, 2016
Equal Opportunity Employer: Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, creed, color, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or disability.

Reasonable accommodation: If requested, the City of Marysville may provide reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities during the selection process. Please contact Human Resources at 360-363-8000.