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Our internship grant program provides students funded internships with legal organizations around the globe. Through this program, students gain hands-on legal experience and many learn firsthand what it is like to work in another country. Recent Regent Law graduates may apply for a human rights fellowship, which provides a full year of funding to work for a human rights organization.

Internship Grant Program

Internship Grant Program

Our internship grant program provides students funded internships with legal organizations around the globe. Over 160 interns have served in countries including Mexico, Bulgaria, France, Russia, South Korea, India, in the Middle East, Africa, and throughout the United States.

Intern Application

Students interested in applying for an internship grant may apply based on an internship with one of the organizations that has already expressed an interest in having a Regent intern. Sign up for Job Alerts or contact Kathy Stull in Career Services at lawcareerservices@regent.edu for further information.

Alternatively, students may apply based on the student securing an internship on their own (subject to approval). In order to apply for an internship grant, students must complete the online application form, and submit a resume, transcript, and photo to the Center for Global Justice by February 5. Submissions must be made electronically to globaljustice@regent.edu.

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If this is an internship you have secured on your own, email a copy of an agreement or correspondence verifying the terms of the internship to globaljustice@regent.edu as well.
By applying for this grant and checking the signature box below, you state that if I am selected for a grant award, I affirm and agree to the following*
  1. Upon completion of the internship, I will submit a detailed report describing the internship to the Center for Global Justice.
  2. I will attend all meetings that may be associated with the internship program.
  3. I authorize Regent Law School to release information about my internship experience to the public, including other students and prospective students.
  4. During the internship, I will represent myself, Regent, and God with professionalism and integrity, dress professionally, arrive promptly, work diligently, and complete the entire internship.


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Handong Intern Application

Please email Dean Walton (stevwa1@regent.edu) or Assistant Director Meg Kelsey (mkelsey@regent.edu) for more information on this internship program.

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Student Name*







Email a copy of an agreement or correspondence verifying the terms of the internship to globaljustice@regent.edu and jtdavis@handong.edu. State how you obtained and secured the internship.
By applying for this grant and checking the signature box below, you state that if I am selected for a grant award, I affirm and agree to the following*
  1. Upon completion of the internship, I will submit a detailed report describing the internship to the Center for Global Justice.
  2. I will attend all meetings that may be associated with the internship program.
  3. I authorize Regent Law School to release information about my internship experience to the public, including other students and prospective students.
  4. During the internship, I will represent myself, Regent, and God with professionalism and integrity, dress professionally, arrive promptly, work diligently, and complete the entire internship.


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Employers

Employers, if you would like to sign up for Center for Global Justice interns, please fill out this form.

Meet Our Interns

Rebecca Bunch

Rule of Law Institute
Sofia, Bulgaria

McKamie Chandler

Uganda Supreme Court
Uganda

Soli Deo Gloria

David Chesley

European Center for Law and Justice
Strasbourg, France

Nigelle Ferrer

Handong International Law School
Handong, South Korea

Colton Francoeur

Handong International Law School
Handong, South Korea

William Furr

Uyghur Human Rights Project
Washington, DC

Clayton Grant

Handong International Law School
Handong, South Korea

A NCOSE Victory

Abigail Hayes

International Justice Mission
Uganda

Alexa Kathol

Christian Legal Fellowship
Remote

May-Lee Melki

European Court of Law and Justice
Strasbourg, France

Audrey Odonkor

International Justice Mission
Ghana

Protecting Children From Defilement Author

Oluwadamilola Omole

Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center
El Paso, TX

Wendy Wrobel

Rule of Law Institute
Sofia, Bulgaria

The center needs $50,000-$100,000 annually to support these interns. Your tax-deductible gifts to the Center for Global Justice Internship Program make this program possible.

To provide Regent Law students with practical experience in the legal protection of human rights, and to serve and support those in the field, the Center has created the Student Staff position. Student Staff perform pro bono legal work for our partner organizations, including International Justice Mission, Alliance Defending Freedom International, Shared Hope, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Justice Ventures International, Advocates International (Bulgaria and Canada), the Virginia Coalition Against Human Trafficking, Handong International Law School, and others.

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Student Staff members work on legal projects, including writing articles and reports, drafting amicus briefs, and conducting research, throughout the school year.

Hours Required: 5 per week on average