Internship Eligibility and Enrollment Information

Students must be in good academic standing to enroll in an internship, and all courses require an application (available on each internship page, for details review the application information page).

Internship Eligibility and Enrollment Chart
Courses - Spring 2021CreditsStudent Participation
Federal Public Defender Internship 1 (Pre-requisite/co-requisite recommended)2In-person
Government Internship 24In-person or Online
Judicial Internship 24 or 5In-person or Online
Legislative Internship 34 or 10In-person or Online
Nonprofit Internship 24In-person or Online
Prosecution Internship 25In-person or Online
Semester in Practice Internship10In-person
U.S. Attorney Internship 1 (Pre-requisite/co-requisite recommended)2In-person
1 Two-semester commitment required. Full for Spring 2021.
2 The class will meet online; students may intern in-person or online.
3 The class will meet online. Students may intern in-person or online for the 4-credit course but must intern in-person for the optional 6-credit supplement.

For questions, contact Sonja Hartley, Senior Program Coordinator, at or Eden Harrington, Associate Dean of Experiential Education, at