Submitted by New Media Rights last modified Thu, 09/26/2019 - 11:37am
If you're interested in learning more about our Intern Program including student, click here. We run a hands-on clinic where law students get to work with real intellectual property, media, and privacy law matters under the supervision of experienced attorneys. We focus on preventative and transactional law with an emphasis on teamwork, throughness, and innovation.
Applications for positions
- Clinical Legal Intern - applications accepted each trimester
- Job Opening: Public Interest Fellowship attorney position - applications are now open
Title: Clinical Legal Intern
Class: New Media Rights - Internet & Media Law Clinic
Credits: 3 units
Hours of clinic work per week: 13
California Western School of Law Students may either (1) apply during CWSL's Fall, Spring, or Summer recruiting programs following the deadlines outlined by CWSL's Career & Professional Development office (please refer to the CPDO for specific application deadlines), or (2) apply with us directly.
Note: If you send your materials through the Career & Professional Development Office's recruiting program, you do not need to submit your materials direrctly to us and vice-versa. Finally, please remember that all applicants, no matter how you apply MUST fill out our New Media Rights Intern Applicant Survey at http://goo.gl/cWL74q.
If you are not a California Western School of Law student
You can apply directly with us, but you must also apply to the California Western School of Law visiting student program. Through that program, you would be required to take the three credit class associated with the clinic and pay for those credits.
To avoid logistical issues, we recommend non-CWSL students should apply at least 2 semesters in advance.
1. Please send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Please also fill out our New Media Rights Intern Applicant Survey at http://goo.gl/cWL74q.
This Clinic provides students with experience working one-on-one with Internet & Media law clients in the field, as well as knowledge and skills regarding regulatory and policy work, scholarship, and public education and outreach. During clinic time, students will help clients including creators, entrepreneurs, and internet users with an array of cutting edge internet, media, communications, and intellectual property law issues. The units include fieldwork and a weekly 2-hour class. Final grades will be based primarily on students’ classroom participation, preparation, casework, self assessment, and community and final case presentations.
Qualifications: 1Ls who have completed their first year, as well as 2Ls and 3Ls are eligible. Copyright, trademark, licensing, and/or other related classes are helpful but not required.