All internship courses require instructor approval to enroll. Finding a placement varies depending on the internship course. Visit each internship page for more details about the placement and contact information for the internship course instructor. Interested students may also consult the Career Services Office. CSO provides students with information about how to research and apply for internships.
Review the Eligibility and Enrollment chart for more details about internship offerings.
All internship application materials are submitted electronically. Questions about the application process should be directed to Sonja Hartley, Senior Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or to the individual internship instructors.
To apply, students must complete one of the application forms:
- Government Internship Application
- Judicial Internship Application
- Legislative Internship Application
- Nonprofit Internship Application
- Prosecution Internship
- Semester in Practice Internship
Students must also upload the following materials with your online clinic application:
- Your resume
- An unofficial copy of your law school transcript
The application information for the Federal Public Defender Internship and the U.S. Attorney Internship is found on the corresponding course information pages. Applications for these year-long internships for 2022-23 are due February 18, 2022.