These internships are part of the Law, Justice, and Society Scholars (LJSS) program, which serves undergrauates in the humanities and social sciences. The LJSS program identifies judges and other legal professionals who are interested in mentoring udergraduates. Students are matched with projects, then spend a full academic year assisting with research or related activities.
These internships ma y be held durig the academic year (in which case academic credit is earled) or as a professional Internship duirng the summer (with a $3,000 stipend and no academic credit). There are specific requirements for each option.
For summer, non-credit internships, applicaitons are submitted through RICElink.
For more information about LJSS and students' past experiences, contact Nyeva Agwunobi, manager of student programs in the School of Humanities.