Honors Attorney Program: Application Process
Submit your application to HonorsProgramApplications@occ.treas.gov. A complete application should include all of the following:
- Law school transcript (photocopy acceptable), with any unusual grading systems explained, and class rank, if available;
- Legal writing sample that demonstrates analytical and writing skills;
- DD Form 214, Certificate of Separation or Discharge From Active Duty, or other proof of eligibility for those claiming veteran’s preference; and
- A one-page cover letter explaining your interest in the OCC Honors Attorney Program
Deadline Date - Applications are due September 18. We cannot guarantee that any application filed later will be considered.
Interviews - Initial interviews may be conducted by phone, and some interviews will be conducted on campus at certain law schools. The OCC generally extends invitations for second-round interviews that will be held in September or October.
Offers - Most job offers are expected to be made late in the calendar year. Successful candidates will ordinarily report the following fall.
Character Investigation - All offers are subject to a character and background investigation. Any questions regarding the Honors Program should be emailed to the HonorsProgramQuestions@occ.treas.gov.
Learn more about the Honors Program.