Regent Law's Center for Global Justice Internship Grant Program
Application process now closed.
In an effort to provide law students with legal experience through opportunities to seek justice for those in need around the world, Regent Law School is offering grants for students selected for either an international or domestic internship working on behalf of justice issues such as human trafficking, the protection of children, government corruption, and international religious freedom. Students selected for a funded internship will receive an award based on the following guidelines.
The awards will be based on a full-time internship of at least six weeks during the summer of 2013. Each student selected for an internship will receive a grant that will be paid directly to the student. It is intended that the student will use the grant to cover the costs of travel, housing, food, and all other expenses associated with living at the location of the internship placement. Eighty percent of the total grant will be paid prior to the internship, and the remaining twenty percent will be paid upon completion of the internship and upon submission of a detailed report about the internship.
Students interested in applying for an internship grant may apply based on an internship with one of the organizations that has already expressed an interest in having a Regent intern (please sign up for our Job Alerts or contact Kathy Stull in Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information). Alternatively, students may apply based on the student securing an internship on their own (subject to approval). In order to apply for an internship grant, students must complete the following online application form, and submit a resume and transcript to the Center for Global Justice no later than Friday, February 1, 2013. Submissions must be made electronically to email@example.com.
For information on our Summer 2012 interns, click here.
Handong International Law School's Center for Global Justice Internship Grant Program