DMRS’ Legal internships are a great way for students and recent graduates to learn more about immigration issues and gain valuable experience in their area of interest. The time commitment required for interns is flexible and depends on the needs of the intern, DMRS, and the interns’ college, university, or other program. All internships are unpaid unless otherwise specified. However, should you be eligible for external funding from your university or other source, DMRS will be happy to support your application and provide any assistance needed to secure funding.
Every year several law students spend their summer at DMRS gaining hands on experience in immigration law. Legal interns must have completed at least one year of law school to participate in this program. *Every year, DMRS typically receives funding to support one paid legal intern for the summer in our Removal Defense Program. Please check this page in February/March for information regarding this opportunity and how to apply.
Click here for information on how to apply for the 2017 Litigation Section Summer Internship.
*Pre-law and paralegal students are welcome to serve throughout the school year as volunteers. Tasks may include legal research, writing, and administrative tasks.
Please contact Rachel Green if you have any questions or to learn more about current opportunities:
Rachel A. Green
(915) 532-3975, ext. 213
*Border Servant Corps (BSC)– every year, DMRS applies to host a BSC Volunteer full time for a period of one year. These volunteers typically do case management work in our Crime Victims or Residency Program and receive housing and a small living stipend. For more information, or to apply through this program, please visit their website.
*For available Fellowship opportunities, please see our Employment page.
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