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International Honor Society in Social Sciences
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SUMMER PROGRAM OPPORTUNITY

There are still positions available for the Rutherford Institute's Summer Internship Program for law students, which runs from June 4 - to July 27. This will be the 29th year for the internship program (also the Rutherford Institute’s 30th anniversary), and it is looking forward to welcoming some outstanding students—as well as outstanding speakers—to the program.

The Rutherford Institute's Summer Internship Program offers law students and undergraduates the unique opportunity to learn practical legal skills, while developing a critical understanding of constitutional law. The Summer Internship Program, open to qualified law students and undergraduates interested in receiving a grounding in critical areas of law impacting civil liberties and religious freedom, has attracted top students from law schools across the country and abroad. The program's intensive lectures and course work are coupled with practical assignments related to the ongoing work of the Rutherford Institute. Many students have made contacts through the intern program that proved to be beneficial in developing career opportunities. Former interns now serve in nationally recognized law firms, as clerks for federal and state judges, and in leadership roles with various civil-liberties groups, including the Rutherford Institute.

First-, second-, and third-year law students are encouraged to apply. Undergraduate students are also welcome to apply. Please send a résumé and writing samples to: [email protected].

Click here to read more about TRI's Summer Intern Program

CONTACT INFORMATION
Nisha Whitehead
(434) 978-3888 ext. 604
(434) 466-6168 (cell)
[email protected]

THE RUTHERFORD INSTITUTE
1440 Sachem Place
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Phone: (434) 978-3888
Fax: (434) 978-1789
www.rutherford.org

 

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