The Law, Societies & Justice internship program seeks to create a connection between academic coursework and ‘real world’ experience. The objectives of the internship are to:
- Provide students with insights into the workings of law in practice;
- Scrutinize and ‘test’ some of the theories and concepts found in the academic literature against ‘real world’ practice;
- Initiate career development and goals, and
- Provide 100 hours of local community service.
Students work with a variety of governmental and non-governmental agencies, including law enforcement agencies, social service organizations, courts, rights groups, policy organizations, and social support groups.
- Complete a minimum of 100 hours of service at the internship site
- Complete the 10-12 page analytical paper following LSJ 401 syllabus instructions
- Attend weekly LSJ 401 class sessions and complete periodic short assignments
- Participate actively in career development exercises during class
- Turn in the Student Evaluation Form
- Turn in the Site Supervisor Evaluation Form