Judicial Internship Application
At the bottom of the online application, you must submit a resume and an unofficial copy of your transcript. You may submit a transcript that you have downloaded from the web.
After receiving your materials, Professor Crouter, the director/faculty instructor, will contact the court to verify that the judge is expecting you and agrees to participate in the Texas Law judicial internship program. After faculty instructor approves a placement, the student, placement, and faculty instructor will sign a written understanding. After that document is signed, Professor Crouter will notify the Student Affairs Office that you have permission to register.
Students may enroll in a judicial internship for academic credit only once during law school. Interns who receive academic credit may not be compensated.
Please feel free to contact Professor Crouter (email@example.com; (512) 232-7855; CCJ, suite 1.324) with any questions.