Judicial Internship Reps Stop By Suffolk Law School

Suffolk Law students listen in as Denise Fitzgerald, Manager of Legal Research Services at the Suffolk County Probate and Family Court, shares insight into the role of law student interns in the court.

Suffolk Law students listened in as Denise Fitzgerald, Manager of Legal Research Services at the Suffolk County Probate and Family Court, shared insight into the role of law student interns in the court.

On Thursday, representatives of the BBA’s Judicial Internship Program dropped by Suffolk Law School to give students a firsthand look inside the popular summer program. The representatives, program founder Judge Robert Tochka of the BMC, Denise Fitzgerald, Manager of Legal Research Services at the Suffolk County Probate and Family Court, and Mary Sharon, Clerk of U.S. Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the First Circuit, stressed the highlights of the program to students, which include working directly with a judge, observing courtroom proceedings and enhancing their legal research and writing skills and professional development lunches at the BBA.
Diverse students who have completed their first year of law school and are able to work at least 15 hours per week are encouraged to apply. A flexible schedule is available to accommodate other commitments.

Throughout the winter months, representatives from the BBA’s Judicial Internship Program visited BU Law, New England Law| Boston and Suffolk Law to promote the promote the program and meet students. If you’re interested in applying, don’t delay! The BBA is accepting applications to for the summer program through March 1st. More information on the program and the application is available here. Please email Susan Helm, Member Programs Coordinator, at shelm@bostonbar.org with any questions.

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Posted on February 12, 2014, in Judicial Internship and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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