From law firms in Bulgaria to domestic violence advocates in Boston, Suffolk Law provides opportunities for student to participate in a wide range of internships. Depending on the program, internships can be for law school credit, for pro bono credit, for pay or as a volunteer. Find the internship program that is right for you.
Students enrolled in the OUI Prosecution Internship Program will have a unique opportunity to work with prosecutors from MA District Attorneys Offices on OUI cases. Each accepted student will be placed in a District Attorneys Office.
Each summer Suffolk Law students work with judges in courthouses all over New England through the First Year Summer Internship Program (FYSIP).
Students focus on helping survivors of domestic violence in a wide range of legal placements including probation offices, judge’s chambers and community organizations providing legal services.
Students can choose from a wide variety of legal placements for credit in the fall, spring or summer in government agencies, legal services organizations, private law firms, corporate offices and more.
Students can work in private law firms or public interest organizations in over 40 countries worldwide through the Summer Global Internship Program and the ICLLP Fellowship Program.
In this specialized program, students work for credit with judges, prosecutors or other legal services organizations on child welfare matters. Available in the fall and spring.
In this hybrid clinic/internship, students work for a full year in a Massachusetts district attorney’s office.
This is a unique opportunity to intern for credit in the nation's capital. Placements (summer only) include federal agencies, law firms and more.
Travel to Puerto Rico or Cuba for intercession courses, collaborate on IP cases with students from Puerto Rico, and provide legal advice through virtual internships in Jamaica.