Internship Opportunities

Although law-related work experience or internship is not required for law school admission, relevant field experience does offer an invaluable opportunity to test your interest in law. You may find a position that involves real responsibility in a legal environment: gathering facts, doing legal research, or writing memoranda. But even mundane tasks can give you opportunities to experience the law in a work setting and might lead to greater responsibility later in the internship.

Career Center Resources

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Careers A-Z: Law and Legal Services

Sites Listing Numerous Internship Opportunities

Summer Course Programs

Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program

CLEO Prelaw Program
Cornell University Prelaw Program
TRIALS: Training and Recruitment for Admission to Leading Law Schools

Fellowships