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Indiana Internships - Prosecutor's Offices

Wayne County, Indiana

(added April 15, 2024)

The Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, located in Richmond, Indiana, is seeking two (2) partially remote interns. Preference will be given to second year law students willing to commit to remaining on our team through graduation. Licensed attorneys will also be considered. While this is mainly a remote position, the interns will be required to work in the office one partial day per week.  Interns will be paid their hourly rate when driving to and from the office. Anticipated work hours will be up to 20 hours per week but will vary depending on assignments. Applicants must be able to commit to a minimum of 12 hours per week.  Computer and other necessary supplies will be provided. Duties include drafting legal briefs, discovery responses, and witness and exhibit lists. Other duties may be assigned. The intern will work on high level cases, which may include murders and a death penalty case.

The interns will be paid between $25 to $30 per hour, depending on experience. The positions will be available on May 6, 2024. Flexibility is available to work around final exams and other law school-related commitments. Interns who successfully complete the internship and pass the Indiana bar examination will be encouraged to apply for employment as a deputy prosecutor in Wayne County when positions become available. The salary of an entry level deputy prosecutor in Wayne County as of January 1, 2024 is $103,413.72.

Law school interns are also encouraged to obtain “certified legal intern” status pursuant to Indiana Rules of Court, Rules for Admission to the Bar and Discipline of Attorneys, Rule 2.1. This certification allows the intern to perform additional duties under the direction of a deputy prosecuting attorney. If you desire to obtain that certification and practice in court to gain experience, you are welcome (but not required) to do so.

Information on how to apply can be located at: Applicants must submit an application, cover letter, and resume. If you have any questions, please contact Ashley Green, Chief Deputy Prosecutor, at