The application deadline for the 2023 – 2024 academic year is July 21, 2023.
- Students must commit to a full year of internship (both long academic terms, excluding the summer).
- Students will receive 4 credits, 2 for each term of the internship.
- Students may benefit from having completed or being enrolled in an upper-level criminal law course such as Adv. Fed. Crim. Prosecution & Defense, Federal Criminal Law, National Security Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, or Computer Law. None of those courses are required.
To apply, please email a copy of your cover letter, resume, and transcript (unofficial is fine) to Prof. Klein at email@example.com and Captain Andrew Lane at Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no additional application form.
Students interested in the externship are encouraged to stop by Prof. Klein’s office at TNH 3.207 during her office hours, Wednesdays from 3:30 to 5:00 pm. You may call or text her at (512) 203-2257 or send her an email at the above address. Alternatively, you may call Captain Lane at (770) 597-6542 or send him an email at the above address.
You can reach the Fort Cavazos Trial Defense office at (254) 287-0476. Additional information about the U.S. Army Trial Defense Service, is available at: Trial Defense Service Public (army.mil).