Looking for a legal internship? This summer the Indian Estate Planning Project is hiring second and third year law students and placing them in Indian reservations throughout the Northwest.
The intership program consists of a one week paid training at the Seattle University School of Law on a variety of estate issues ranging from the American Indian Probate Reform Act to will drafting and working within reservation communities. After completion of training, interns will serve a tribal community for 10 weeks assisting Indian trust land owners by providing information on estate planning, interviewing clients, and drafting wills.
In order to be eligible to apply, you MUST be a second or third year law student and MUST have taken Trusts and Estates. Interns will be required to work for 10 consecutive weeks during the summer and will need to have reliable transportation.
In order to apply for the position, please submit a cover letter, resume, unofficial transcript, and 3 references to Stephanie M. Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is March 31st, but you should submit your application materials at the earliest possible date. For more information on the Indian Estate Planning Project, please contact Stephanie Nichols via email or directly at (206)-398-4294.