For School Advisors / AdministratorsThe Judicial Branch Experiential Learning Programs offer a variety of internship placements across the state. We accept students from many different academic majors and backgrounds.
The interview allows the program staff to explore with the student what
placement will meet his or her scholastic requirements and be the best fit
for them. It would be most helpful if you encourage your students to be open
to suggestions for internship placements within the Judicial Branch and to
follow the procedures outline above. Contacting a desired placement site
directly often results in confusion and problems, which may delay the start
of your student's internship.
There are many excellent opportunities for the students to explore exciting career fields, many of which they may not have previously considered. Please note that law students will not be placed directly with judges; however, they will have the opportunity to meaningfully interact with judges.
Specific School Requirements
Finally, if your program has specific requirements, please let us know and we will make every effort to accommodate them.Please note that law students will no longer be placed directly with judges, however, they will have the opportunity to talk with judges and to observe proceedings.