Judicial Internships

New England Law’s Judicial Internship programs provide students with a firsthand understanding of courtroom procedures and judges’ expectations of attorneys. By working closely with judges and observing how questions are framed and arguments are made, students acquire the knowledge and confidence needed to become effective and persuasive litigators.

Judicial internships can be arranged in many different types of courts to suit your area of interest. For example, students who choose to work in the Superior Court and District Court may see many criminal cases involving search and seizure, drug distribution, and gun possession. Students who intern in the Probate and Family Court may see cases related to family, custody, and child abuse.

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