J. Reuben Clark Law Society Internship Program
The J. Reuben Clark Law Society strives to promote fairness and virtue founded upon the rule of law through public service and professional excellence. The recipient will be expected to work approximately six weeks (half the summer) providing service and assistance at a public service agency, private non-profit organization, or on a self-initiated, independent service project mutually agreed upon by the recipient and the Selection Committee.
Plaque and Public Recognition at the Society’s Spring Luncheon
The award is open to students completing their first or second year of law school in May who do not have other legal employment.
Application Requirements and Deadline
Application materials should include a resume, a College of Law unofficial transcript, and a written statement that addresses eligibility requirements. Applicants should also specifically and thoughtfully summarize their proposal to serve a public service agency or non-profit organization; or alternatively, the project they intend to undertake.
Due: Spring semester
For Further Information
Please contact Associate Dean Barbara Dickey.