Securities and Exchange Commission
Attorney-Adviser (Chair's Attorney Honors Program)
The Chair's Attorney Honors Program is a program that hires law school graduates currently employed as judicial law clerks, legal fellows, Presidential Management Fellows (PMF), current PMF finalists, or current and/or past participants of an SEC internship program (paid or unpaid) to work as entry-level attorneys. To be eligible, you must not have completed law school before January 2021. This program is designed as a means to secure future employment with the SEC for those that are eligible as defined by the "Minimum Qualifications Requirements" below. If selected, you are assigned to a single Division or Office, this program does not involve rotational opportunities.