Martin Luther King Jr. Summer Internships
The internship is named after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and offered through the Legal Aid of North Carolina. Interns accepted into the program will work on real cases, including working directly with clients, participating in courtroom proceedings, and doing legal research and writing under the supervision of experienced legal aid attorneys.
Legal Aid of North Carolina provides legal services to poor people, minorities and victims of domestic violence. Law students with a passion for providing representation to all and ensuring that every individual receives equal justice are encouraged to apply. The internship encourages more law students to consider a legal career in providing legal representation to those who are currently underserved.
Why not apply for an externship and internship?
Legal Aid of North Carolina is a non-profit organization providing free legal representation to people whose income is below 125 percent of the federal poverty level. Their work includes representing people in civil matters within state, federal and tribal courts.
The location is usually in NORTH CAROLINA.
For more details, visit www.legalaidnc.org/public/participate/Internships/MLK_Internships.aspx