What was the selection process like? I've applied to two districts and the DOJ's Antitrust Division, but haven't heard back from any of them yet.
Congrats, Lovebutton.The summer's first six weeks: Positive -- there's an unending work supply so I can take on as much as I can handle. Negative -- little to no feedback on written work.A positive or negative, depending on your perspective: I've done little to no work on the investigative side. Everything is strictly research, legal analysis, and writing.This evidently changes when you complete 50 hrs (I believe) of legal coursework. You then become eligible to go into court, at which point you'll get more involved with investigations.
Re: your negative, don't be afraid to ASK for feedback. I've seen so many people, myself included, afraid or hesitant to ask their supervisors for feedback for a variety of reasons, when in most cases, supervisors are happy to take a few minutes to give some kind of feedback if they're reminded to do it.