Internship Grant Program
Our internship grant program provides students funded internships with legal organizations around the globe where they work on combatting human trafficking, advancing the rule of law, protecting children, securing religious freedom, and and related human rights issues. Through this program, students gain hands-on legal experience and many experience firsthand what it is like to work in another country. Over 60 interns have served in countries including Mexico, France, Russia, South Korea, India, in the Middle East and Africa, and throughout the United States. Please see our Intern Profiles below for more information about past interns and their experiences. To apply for an internship grant, please follow the link to the Internship Online Application Form.
Employers, if you would like to sign up for Center for Global Justice interns, please fill out this Employer Information Form through the Regent Law Career Services Office. Be sure to check "Human Rights" under the Practice Areas section of the form.
For more information about our interns, you can view a profile of each intern. The profile lists where the intern served both location and organization and provides a brief description of the legal work the intern perfomed. You can search by topic or geography. Once you select a topic or continent (by clicking on the map), you will be able to further refine your search parameters. To see a list of all our interns by years click the year below.
Click on one of the topics listed below to start a topic-based search.
Click on one of the continents on the map to start a geographic search.