The Legal Office is directly under the Executive Director's Office and provides a wide range of legal services to all divisions and offices of the Commission.

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FWC's Legal Office accepts interns and externs for the summer and throughout the school year. Externs can apply through their law school's externship program. Interested intern applicants, or law students interested in obtaining their pro bono certificate, can email a resume and short cover letter stating his or her interests and availability to The Legal Office also encourages law school externship programs or career planning offices to contact us to learn about our opportunities.


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FWC Facts:
The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission came into existence on July 1, 1999 - the result of a constitutional amendment approved in the 1998 General Election.

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