Last days of registration for law internship at the Public Defender’s Office of Amazonas

Last days of registration for law internship at the Public Defender’s Office of Amazonas


Opportunity

The notice offers 20 vacancies and formation of reserve registration, with a monthly scholarship of R$ 979 and transport assistance of R$ 198

Manaus (AM) — The deadline for registration in the selection process for internship in Law at the Public Defender’s Office of the State of Amazonas (DPE-AM) ends this Friday (9). The notice offers 20 vacancies and formation of reserve registration, with a monthly stipend of R$979 and transport allowance of R$198.

To register, interested parties must fill out the form available at the link (and attach the requested documents (enrollment declaration and registration form). In addition, they must be studying the 5th period, at the time of admission, and formally enrolled in a institution recognized by the MEC.

To register, candidates must deliver 1 kg of non-perishable food to the Escola Superior da Defensoria (Esudpam), located on Rua 24 de Maio, Centro, or to the Academic Internship Center, at the administrative headquarters, on Av. André Araújo, Aleixo. Food delivery must also be made by Friday (9), from 8am to 2pm.

Proof

The test will be held on the 25th, from 8am to 12pm, at a location to be announced later. It is recommended that the candidate arrive at the test location at least 30 minutes in advance, presenting an original identification document with photo and a transparent pen with blue or black ink.

The competition consists of 50 objective questions, of an eliminatory and classificatory nature, and two discursive ones. The program content covers the technical subjects: Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Civil Procedural Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law, Public Defender Legislation and Criminal Execution. The complete notice is available on the website defenderia.am.def.br.

*With information from consultancy

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