If you’re a first- or second-year law student who cares about defending civil liberties on college campuses, we have the perfect opportunity for you: FIRE’s 2019 Legal Internship Program.
Legal interns will spend the summer working in FIRE’s Philadelphia office on a range of work, including research for our Stand Up For Speech Litigation Project, case evaluation and letter-writing to fight back against rights violations with our Individual Rights Defense Program, and policy analysis for our legislative and policy reform teams. Your substantive work will help FIRE protect student and faculty freedoms of speech, association, conscience, and religion, as well as their rights to due process.
Full details about our Legal Internship Program, including application instructions and information about funding, may be found on our Jobs & Internships page. We look forward to hearing from you!