Judicial Internships


Judicial Internships are opportunities to work for a judge while you are in law school. Interns work with the judge and the judge's law clerks, and may be asked to research and write memoranda, attend trials and hearings, summarize cases, and help with administrative work. These are unpaid positions, but students may receive academic credit while interning with federal courts and state appellate courts in Austin during the school year and nationwide during the summer.