B.A. in Law Internships

B.A. in Law majors receive upper division elective credit in your major for internships. You may choose from the internships below or from other nonprofit or government internships provided the experience is substantial and related to your major. Law majors enroll for internship credit (LAW 493A) by contacting B.A. Law Assistant Director, Careers and Outreach, Linus Kafka - lkafka@arizona.edu, to receive the internship application and to receive approval for internships not listed on this page.

Students in Law internships have worked in internships with host institutions such as the Tucson Police Department in the evidence department, the Pima County Superior Court in adult probation positions, with Arizona elected officials in constituent services roles, as well as in nonprofit law offices/law clinics and government legal services providers.

UA College of Law: Legal Clinics

Attorney General's Office

Congressional Internships

Washington D.C. Congressional Internship Application Tips


Federal Agencies

See our page on Federal Agency internships

Law Enforcement

Other Agencies

Victim Support / Crime Prevention Nonprofit Agencies

Arizona Legislative Internship

The State of Arizona sponsors a Legislative Internship Program, which is administered by SGPP and coordinated by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Deans Office. Internships are awarded on a competitive basis. Students are eligible to apply if they have a minimum 3.0 GPA and have attained Senior standing or will do so by the Spring term. Students selected as Legislative Interns receive a modest stipend and work in Phoenix during the Spring semester as full-time staff members for the Legislature, the Governor's Office, and the Supreme Court.