Internships

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Trinity Law School’s Legal Internship Program provides students with the opportunity to acquire and cultivate valuable skills by working as an intern in the legal community. Internships offer students an opportunity to increase their legal knowledge, gain exposure to real work settings, and provide valuable services to employers and clients.

Recent students have had the opportunity to intern in the following areas:

 

Bankruptcy Business Law Christian NGOs Civil Litigation Consumer Law
Constitutional Law / Religious Freedom Criminal Law District Attorney’s Office Entertainment Law Employment Law
Estate Planning Family Law Immigration In-House Insurance Law
Judiciary Labor Law Legislative Offices Patent & Trademark Personal Injury
Property Public Defender’s Office Real Estate Trademark Workers Compensation

 

In order to be eligible to apply for an Internship, the student must have successfully completed at least 24 units and the student must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0.

Contact Admissions to find out how Trinity Law School can help prepare you for your vocation.