An internship is a temporary position at a company or law firm that helps students gain insight into a field or practice area. The responsibility of the internship that comes along with the position varies from company to company. Internships are designed to expose the students to the dynamics of working in a specific field by exposing them to real-world applications. Not only is an internship a great experience to put on your resume, but you will also gain important professional contacts and relationships that will benefit you in the future. Student who wish to enroll in the Internship earn three credit hours towards their MSL working in an unpaid internship position. You must have completed at least 12 credit hours and not have been on academic probation for at least one semester to participate in this program. All internships must be approved by the Director of the LLM Program. All internship hours must be worked during the semester. A student may take a judicial internship for academic credit only once.