Judicial Internship

Judicial internships provide an opportunity for students to hear arguments, to discuss cases with judges, and to apply research and writing skills to real facts. Interns will work closely with supervising staff attorneys and judges. Depending on student’s credentials, a law student may be placed with:

  • a United States District Court Judge (including senior judges, magistrate judges, and bankruptcy judges),
  • the District Court of Appeals for the State of Florida, or
  • Circuit Court judges in a variety of judicial circuits.

Prerequisites: The program is open to all law students who have completed at least one year of law school and are in good academic standing.
Course Credit: 4 or 12 credits (one semester)
Grading: This is a Pass/Fail clinic.
Faculty: Judge Chavies & Judge Michelle Towbin-Singer