Thank you for your interest in hosting a student intern through the Judicial Internship Program. Dedicated judges and supervising attorneys are critical to the success of our program, and we hope that you will join us in this educational endeavor.
Each student pursues internship possibilities, secures an offer from a potential placement, and applies to the faculty instructor for approval of the proposed placement. The instructor contacts the proposed supervisor to discuss the program requirements and invite the supervisor to participate. In order for the placement to be approved, the student, supervising attorney, and director sign a written understanding.
We use Symplicity, an employment management system operated by our Career Services Office, to inform students about offices interested in hosting interns for academic credit. After your posting has been submitted through Symplicity, we may also advertise the opportunity directly to student groups and classes with relevant interests.
To post an internship on Symplicity
- If you have an account, log in to Texas Law Symplicity.
Reminder: Your user name is your complete email address. If you have forgotten your login and password or have never received one, select [Forgot My Password] tab and it will be emailed to you.
- Select [Job Bank] from the toolbar at the top of the screen.
- Click the [Add New] button.
- Complete your posting. Under compensation, select unpaid.
- Write in the [Compensation Information] text box: “May qualify for academic credit.”
- Click [Submit].
If you are not already registered on Symplicity:
- Log in to Texas Law Symplicity and select the [Register] tab.
- Complete the requested information and you will receive an email with your password as soon as your registration has been processed.
- Follow the instructions above for submitting your posting.
Courts with questions about posting an internship on Symplicity may contact the Career Services Office.