Legal Studies Internships
the new LEGL A495 Internship Application Information including general requirements, submission procedures and deadline dates.
The internship is an integral component of the Legal Studies program. It is designed
to enhance the Legal Studies student's total academic experience through a planned
period of observation, study, and participation in a law firm, governmental agency
or related organization. The internship is the capstone to the student's academic
Prospective legal professionals benefit greatly from the opportunity to observe and work with practitioners in the field. Internships provide Legal Studies students with the opportunity to apply concepts and principles learned in the classroom, to network with professionals in the legal community, and to analyze on-the-job experiences in light of academic learning.
If you are enrolled in the Legal Studies program, you should become thoroughly acquainted with the materials provided here. Detailed information is provided regarding deadlines for internship placements, required forms, and the placement process. Students must complete and email their application materials to the Internship Coordinator by the stated deadline in order to be considered for placement in a Legal Studies internship. The information that you provide on the required Internship Application forms must be typed.
Note: Students who are earning a particular Legal Studies program certificate/degree
in conjunction with the BA in Justice must complete a 3-credit Legal Studies internship,
rather than an internship with a Justice emphasis.
To perform your internship Your application materials must be
during this semester: received by the Internship Coordinator
by this date:
|Fall 2018||deadline has passed|
|Spring 2019||October 19, 2018|
|Fall 2019||February 8, 2019|
|Spring 2020||October 18, 2019|
Application Materials - 2018 (fillable PDF forms)