Touro’s Office of the General Counsel represents the University in all areas. Interns work hand-in-hand with the General Counsel, Deputy General Counsel, Associate General Counsels, other senior administrators, as well as organizational allies, outside counsel, congressional and USDOE staff. Interns may be eligible to receive credit for the time spent in the Office of the General Counsel. Please contact your school’s externship coordinator for more information. Touro makes no representations or guarantees that the intern will receive credit for the position. Travel stipends may be available to students who do not receive compensation or credit for the internship.
As part of this internship you will be assigned work with one of our legal/compliance offices located at: Touro University, New York Medical College, Touro University California or Touro University Nevada.
The primary objective of our internship program is to contribute to your education. As an intern you will be engaged in the legal department’s practice, which spans the following practice areas:
Intern job assignments are closely monitored to ensure that interns are exposed to the full breadth of our practice. Every effort is made to accommodate the desired practice areas of any given intern.
Position is work-study eligible. Please contact your school’s financial aid office for more information. Touro makes no representations or guarantees that the intern will receive work-study funding.
Applicants must currently be a student at an accredited law school program. Applicants must have the ability to work remotely or participate in-person at a relevant Touro location.
Applicants will not be considered without submitting the following:
*Applicants may be eligible to receieve compensation through the Federal Work-Study program. Applicants may also be eligible for a commuting reimbursement.