1. Public Interest
ACLU Northern California
The ACLU of Northern California invites second- and third-year law students to apply for internships in the Legal Department of the San Francisco office. Internships are available during the school year and during the summer. Virtually all intern work involves civil liberties and constitutional law. The ACLU-NC’s priorities include: Police Practices, Race Discrimination/Racial Justice, Student Rights, Lesbian & Gay Rights, Surveillance, Reproductive Rights, Immigrant Rights, Language Rights, Cyber Liberties, Criminal Justice, and First Amendment Rights. For more information, click here.
Natural Resources Defense Council, 2013 Summer Legal Internships
NRDC is a leading nonprofit membership organization that has been marshaling science and the law to protect the environment and public health since 1970. Our more than 1.3 million members and activists reside in each of the United States and in the District of Columbia. NRDC employs over 400 scientists, lawyers, economists, media specialists, policy analysts, and administrators in its six offices, including a new office in China. Within each of the organization’s program areas – air, water, coastal, oceans, public health, climate change, energy, public land, smart growth, international, urban, environmental justice, and nuclear non-proliferation – NRDC’s experts pursue cutting-edge litigation, sophisticated lobbying, hard-hitting scientific research, and broad-reaching public education. For over 40 years, NRDC has played a central role in crafting, implementing, enforcing, and defending virtually all of the nation’s environmental laws. For more information, click here.
Office of the Solicitor, U.S. Department of Labor – Honors Program
The Honors Program in the Office of the Solicitor at the U.S. Department of Labor provides challenging professional opportunities for outstanding law school graduates. Honors Program attorneys move between the ten divisions of the Solicitor’s Office, gaining exposure to a broad range of substantive legal work. Upon completion of the two-year program, Honors Program attorneys continue their careers in public service in one of the Solicitor’s national or regional offices. Deadline: October 12, 2012. For more information, click here.
2. Private Sector