Internships and Summer Programs of Interest

For further information about any of these opportunities, please speak with Pre-Law Advisor Nancy Gibson. She may be contacted at For recent job postings, be sure to jump to the end of this page.

SUMMER PRELAW PROGRAMS ARE typically offered to students from diverse backgrounds underrepresented in the legal profession and first generation college students. Some programs offer LSAT preparation, overview of first year of law school, field trips,and  tips on preparing to be a competitive applicant. All of these programs are available at no cost to the students, most provide room and board and some provide a stipend and travel assistance. Please visit the links below for more information. For questions about programs or your application, please contact Pre-Law Advisor Nancy Gibson in BCDC at

Deadline: March 28, 2014. Florida State University College of Law (Tallahassee) Summer for Undergraduates program will take place May 19- June 12, 2014. Engage in classroom experience, law school admissions process and careers in the law program. Current first-years, sophomores and juniors from groups historically underrepresented in the legal profession are eligible to apply. For more information visit:

Deadline: April 1, 2014. The University of Arkansas School of Law (Little Rock) offers a four week (June 7 – July3, 2014) summer program for students entering their sophomore or junior year. Open to first generation college students, students expieriencing significant financial challenges and student populations which are historically underrepresetned in law school. Preference given to registrants (a diversity pipeline program run by the ABA–free to join). Program provides a $900 stipend and up to $200 in financial assistance for travel to the program. Information can be found here:

Deadline: April 1, 2014: SUNY Buffalo, NY Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars Program. May 31 – June 28, 2014. This programs provides an immersive experience for undergrads interested in pursuing a legal career; exposes students to academic skills needed to study law and provides an in-depth experience in a four week summer residency program. Participants receive a $900 stipend. Intended for students who have completed their first year or sophomore year. Underrepresented and first generation college students are eligible.

Deadline – rolling–may close in April. John Marshall Law School (Chicago)Summer 2014 Legal Education Access Program (LEAP) Prelaw Summer Institute. Juniors, Seniors and recent Graduates are eligible. Program runs July 27-August 1, 2014. For information, visit .

Deadline TBA (typically mid-June) LatinoJustice LawBound program provides targeted services that address some of the most common barriers to admission to law school and helps students effectively navigate the law school admissions process. There is a summer academy, mentoring and networking and wraparound programming that improves access from law school to bar admission. Applicants must be of Hispanic heritage and a first year or sophomore at the time of application. The program is typically conducted for one week in early August and takes place in New York City. Metrocards, meals, books and materials are provided. The 2014 application is not yet avaialable. More information here:



The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Washington, DC has an unpaid internship  for a sophomore, junior, or senior to work on challenging projects involving issues of disability and diversity and inclusion work in the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer. Some of the work may include statistical and economic based analyses so students with majors in these areas are encouraged to apply. Familiarity with advanced functions of Word and Excel are a plus. See posting for “EEOC OCHCO Policy and Research Internship” on JobCat.

The U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program seeks interns in Washington, DC or overseas. The application period for PAID internships through the Pathways program is open now. Log on to


Preti Flaherty is seeking a paralegal to join the Environmental Law Group in its Portland office. In addition to a high level of technological proficiency, the successful candidate should have good oral and written communication skills.  This 1 – 2 year position offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Please send cover letter and resume to recruitment@

Maine House of Representatives House Majority Office Legislative Aide

U.S. Attorney’s Office Paralegal, Portland, ME

and many other postings…



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