If you are an attorney and would like to volunteer, please review our Attorney Information.
LCA offers a student internship program several times a year during the academic calendar. We have a small office and will generally accept one or two law students per semester. We prefer that students arrange for academic credit through their schools. All internships are unpaid.
Interns will have the opportunity to perform research, sit in on client meetings, draft memos, correspond with clients and volunteer lawyers, and assist with general office duties.
To apply, please send a copy of your resume and a cover letter, explaining your interest and experience in the arts and/or entertainment law, attention: Christopher Johnson. Although we would love to host all interested students, we only have space for a few. If you are not selected, we strongly encourage you to learn about art and entertainment law through the many committees and continuing legal education opportunities offered by the local bar associations, including the CBA Media & Entertainment Committee and the ABA Forum on the Sports and Entertainment Industries.
Applications will be reviewed three times annually in late Spring, late Summer, and at the end of the year.
Each summer, LCA hosts one or two law school graduates through the Public Interest Law Initiative. For further information, please visit: http://pili.org/fellowships.
LCA occasionally works with volunteers in our office on an as needed basis. Volunteers can perform particular assignments or help us with our administrative duties. We have had both lawyers and non-lawyers volunteer to assist our staff and welcome inquiries. If interested, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.