Fellowship & Volunteer Attorney Placements



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How to Find a Job: Click the heading name to sort a column in either ascending or descending alphabetical order.

How to Apply: Unless otherwise indicated in the posting, all applications must be submitted online. Click on the Adobe PDF icon to open the posting details for a particular job.  Review the job description and position qualifications.  At the bottom of the posting you will find instructions outlining the application submission process as well as an embedded link to the online application page—please click this link. Once arriving at the online application page, enter or select information for all of the required fields, upload the required documents and then click the submit button to complete the process. 

You will receive an email receipt for each application you submit. Your application will be reviewed, and you will be contacted if the Bureau wishes to pursue your candidacy. If you have applied for multiple positions, an independent determination will be made on each application.


The Location Filter will allow you to find jobs by office location. Please note that filtering by location will also include any jobs that have are available statewide.

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Please be advised that we are currently in the process of updating the OAG’s volunteer attorney and law graduate fellowship programs.

If you have already submitted an application for a volunteer attorney and/or law graduate fellowship and wish to request a status update, please submit a request by clicking here.

If you have secured (or are in the process of securing post-graduate) funding and are seeking a placement, please send an email to Recruitment@ag.ny.gov.

Please indicate the following information in your email:

  • The name of the funding source and any other applicable details--including deadlines.
  • Rank your bureau and/or regional office preferences.
  • When you sat or plan to sit for the New York Bar Exam.
  • Whether you are currently a US Citizen and whether you reside in or plan soon to reside in New York State.
  • Attach a copy of your most current resume.