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Judicial Internships: Seeing things from the bench

Holly Hinte Holly Hinte ’11 interned in Cambridge, MA, with the Honorable Peter C. DiGangi ’73, first justice of the Middlesex Probate and Family Court.  “Justice DiGangi really stressed observation,” Hinte says, “and he would say things like, ‘Did you understand what you saw?’ and ‘Did you hear the language that was used there?  That’s what you need to use in an opening statement.’”

Learn more about how students and judges benefit from New England Law | Boston’s judicial internship opportunities, and about program coordinator Professor Charles Sorenson.
 

Internship Programs for New England Law Students

New England Law | Boston offers two distinct judicial internship opportunities that students can take advantage of while still in law school.  Many of our students come to their postgraduate clerkships having already served with a judge, and they know what judges expect and are prepared from day one.  In addition, judges seeking clerks can get references for our students directly from other judges or government officials who have supervised their legal internships.

Honors Judicial Internship Program

Summer Legal Internship Program

Postgraduate Judicial Internships

Recent graduates have worked as judicial clerks in the following jurisdictions:

For more internship for law students information, contact:

Charles W. Sorenson Jr.
Professor of Law and Chair, Judicial Clerkships Committee
csorenson@nesl.edu
617-422-7267