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One way the Center for Global Justice accomplishes its mission is through its internship program. Through this program, the Center helps law students like me find human rights internships and provides them funding to cover the costs of their internship.

The Center provides funding for many student interns every summer, which costs approximately $50,000-$100,000. The funding covers flights, rent, visas, transportation, food, and other related costs. All gifts support the Center for Global Justice Internship Program and are tax deductible. Thank you for prayerfully considering supporting this great program.

Intern Pages



Anna Colby

 

I believe that as a future attorney, I am called to be a voice for the voiceless. I believe that in order to follow the guide set forth in Micah 6:8 to "act justly" and to "love mercy," it is my responsibility to seek out ways to stand up for the poor, the widowed, the orphaned, and the disenfranchised. I specifically feel called to stand with refugees and people who have been trafficked, and to fight for their justice.

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Brandan Goodwin

 

I began with the Center for Global Justice just after my first semester of law school. The mission of the Center for Global Justice has placed a burden on my heart to use my legal skills to advocate for the poor, oppressed, and those who cannot fight for their God derived rights throughout the world. The internships that the Center provides gives an opportunity for law students to get hands-on legal experience throughout the world in advocating the Center's mission and advancing God's kingdom. These donations help many of these interns pay for these opportunities for students to go around the world and across the United States to provide their skills for the underprivileged.

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Destinee Easley

 

I am delighted to be participating in Regent University's Center for Global Justice, Human Rights and Rule of Law Internship Grant Program! This internship provide students like myself with the opportunity to work with legal organizations around the globe that combat human trafficking, advance the rule of law, protect children, secure religious freedom, and work on other human rights issues. During the trip, I will gain hands-on legal experience in fighting these issues and will experience first-hand what it is like to work in another country. Your support will make it possible for me to share Christ through the practice of law across the globe.

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Ellen Rolda

 

I was born and raised in the Philippines and moved to Norfolk, Virginia in 2013. Hampton Roads has been kind to me as it has given me lots of opportunities to grow. I worked as a deputy clerk in Norfolk Circuit Court before law school and is currently working as a part-time paralegal in a small firm in Virginia Beach. I have decided that I want to be more involved in the Hampton Roads area in any way that I could to be able to show my appreciation to my local community. By God's Grace, I was picked as an intern for the Judicial Internship Program in Newport News Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and was also chosen to be a part Regent University's Center for Global Justice Grant Program! This internship will definitely give me a better understanding on the U.S. judicial system, but most importantly expose me on issues about family and children.

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Gloria Dandridge

 

I am delighted to be participating in Regent University's Center for Global Justice, Human Rights and Rule of Law Internship Grant Program! This internship provide students like myself with the opportunity to work with legal organizations around the globe that combat human trafficking, advance the rule of law, protect children, secure religious freedom, and work on other human rights issues. During the trip, I will gain hands-on legal experience in fighting these issues and will experience first-hand what it is like to work in another country. Your support will make it possible for me to share Christ through the practice of law across the globe.

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Jordan Caldwel
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I am so blessed to have received an internship this summer working with Uganda's directorate of public prosecutions where I will be helping to fight against the atrocity of child sacrifice in Uganda. This horrific practice of abducting children for ritual killing is a growing epidemic in Uganda and there is a great need for advocates who are willing to stand up against such evil. Opportunities through the Center for Global Justice help law students such as myself gain real legal experience while also giving a voice to the voiceless. Proverbs 31:8-9 "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy". Helping others has been my passion and my primary reason for going into the legal field. These donations help to make that ambition and that dream become a reality for so many of us here at the Center for Global Justice.

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Leah Oswald

 

 

         



Lorri Ann Drazan

 

This internship provides students like myself with the opportunity to work with legal organizations around the globe that combat human trafficking, advance the rule of law, protect children, secure religious freedom, and work on other human rights issues. During the trip, I will gain hands-on legal experience in fighting these issues and will experience first-hand what it is like to work in another country. Your support will make it possible for me to share Christ through the practice of law across the globe.

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Reagan Hinton

 

I have the privilege of receiving a Center for Global Justice internship grant this summer for my internship with a Mongolian member of Parliament, Handong International Law School, and the Legal Association for North Korean Human Rights and Development. While in South Korea and Mongolia, I will have the opportunity to work on several projects involving religious liberty, the rule of law, and economic development in Mongolia. I will also have the opportunity to work on an issue regarding North Korea sending foreign workers to Mongolia in an involuntary servitude, moneymaking scheme for the North Korean State. I will have the incredible opportunity of working on real human rights cases that will make a difference in the lives of real people.

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Moriah Schmidt

 

I will be spending part of my summer in Hawaii with the University of the Nations/Youth With a Mission's General Counsel Office in Kailua-Kona with the Center for Global Justice's internship program!! YWAM is an international missions organization dedicated to raising up the next generation of leaders and world-changers. I am so excited to be able to learn how to use my law degree in a way that assists a non-profit organization and missions, and with an organization that I already know and love! This is only possible through the Center for Global Justice's internship program, but the grant is limited, and I would be so appreciative of your support to enable both me and the other interns in other countries and cities work hard this summer in glorifying God in non-paying positions.

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