If you are a law student, our internship program offers a valuable hands-on legal experience. We provide internships in the areas of law related to domestic violence, housing, and the intersection of medical-legal issues. An ELAP staff attorney will supervise you during your internship. Our positions are unpaid, but we can sponsor you for academic credit.
To qualify: We accept 1Ls through 3Ls (first year through third year law students), students that qualify for Rule 9, and law school graduates waiting for bar results. We have a strong preference for students who demonstrate a commitment to social justice and who have an interest in working with low-income clients or survivors of domestic violence.
To apply: Submit your materials by email
We accept applications year-round on a rolling basis. Applications will be given priority if they include a cover letter, resume, and writing sample.