The Juvenile Justice Initiative at Georgetown Law is seeking an undergraduate summer intern to assist with the administration of Smart on Juvenile Justice grant-funded projects.
The Juvenile Justice Initiative intern will report directly to Lauren Dollar, the Staff Attorney for the Juvenile Justice Clinic and Initiative, and Kristin Henning, the Director of the Juvenile Justice Clinic. The intern will act as support staff to complete projects the Initiative has undertaken.
Requirements and Qualificatlons
High school diploma.
Interest and knowledge of criminal justice and criminal defense.
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