Our legal internship program offers law students the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge civil rights litigation while earning a J.D. LatinoJustice Interns work with experienced lawyers in the public and private sectors to gain direct legal experience as well as expand their career network. Our hands-on approach gives you the opportunity to be involved in every stage of planning, developing and prosecuting impact cases. Our program also doubles as a job pipeline, as we have sponsored former term and summer interns for post-graduate public interest fellowships.
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
LatinoJustice welcomes undergraduate and graduate student interns for all semesters to contribute in our Communications, Development, Education, Finance, Human Resources, and Justice Reform teams. We craft our internships in a way that provide the student with substantive experience in areas of academic interest and that help gain a practical application of concepts learned at school. We are a hands-on environment, so all interns will also assist with general administrative and clerical work including filing, coordinating meetings and covering the reception desk, when necessary. Internships are a great experience for undergraduates and graduate students interested in the general workings of a not-for-profit organization.