Looking for a part-time volunteer intern for the school year or a full-time volunteer intern for the summer?
Internships are a great opportunity for employers and for students. Employers can benefit from the immediate assistance of a law student at no cost. Students can learn about a particular practice area and gain practical legal experience. The Career Services Office would be happy to post an internship opportunity for you.
Please note that not every position qualifies as an internship. The U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division has established six criteria to be applied when determining whether an intern in the “for profit” private sector must be paid minimum wage and overtime under the Fair Labor Act. For more information, see Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act.
UNH School of Law Career Services Office Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
University of New Hampshire School of Law is committed to a policy of providing all students and graduates with equal opportunity to obtain employment and education without discrimination on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, ethnicity, disability, marital status, national origin or sexual orientation.
By using the facilities of UNH Law Career Services Office, employers affirm their intent to comply with this policy.
Employers who wish to interview on-campus, who utilize the school’s Resume Collect assistance, or who post positions on UNHLawJobs are required to sign and submit a statement affirming compliance.
Employers who discriminate are denied access to placement assistance.