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Student Staff

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.

Staff members are required to work an average of 5 hours per week, report to the Center Director or project leader at least once per week, and attend all Center for Global Justice meetings and events. Select students also have the opportunity to serve the Center as law clerks and receive payment for the work they do on the Student Staff.

Student Staff Application

Regent Law J.D. and LL.M. students interested in applying for a position on the Student Staff must complete the online application below, and then submit the following electronically to

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • 1L Transcript
  • Photo (preferably professional attire)

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Student Name*

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

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