Are you a 2nd or 3rd year law student or a 3rd or 4th year college student pursuing a degree in judicial studies,
public administration or a closely-related field of study?
Current law school students and college students with a focus in judicial studies, public administration or a closely-related
field of study are invited to apply for an internship with the Court while enrolled in college. The Internship Program provides
meaningful, on-the-job, professional work experiences that allow the intern to apply theoretical knowledge to real world questions
and situations that arise in the legal arena. Interns will observe first-hand how a California superior court operates and will learn
about the various intriguing challenges that may occur throughout a typical workday at Monterey County Superior Court (the Court).
The Court has arranged for the Monterey College of Law to manage the administration of the Court’s Internship Program.
Please note that you do not need to be a student at the Monterey College of Law to participate in the Court’s Internship Program.
If you are interested in learning more about internship opportunities with the Court,
, and you will be directed to the
Monterey College of Law School website for details about applying for an internship with the Court.