Internship Opportunities


  • Minimum 2nd year law student.
  • Must pay your own travel expenses. The costs of the course, as well as your room and board, are covered by Trial Lawyers College.
  • Must divulge/acknowledge any criminal history and state your commitment to upholding the ethics of Trial Lawyers College.

Available Courses

For the college’s current offerings, please email us at

How to Apply

Please attach your resume and include in the body of your e-mail a 350-word essay (maximum) detailing your interest in being an intern, what you hope to gain from the experience and what you feel you can offer to the College. Interns will be selected and notified by TLC’s Executive Director.

“I am now equipped to be more authentic and courageous in all aspects of the practice, genuinely communicating with clients, and discovering the story, genuinely communicating with the jury and listening, always listening, engaging in trial skills that reflect truth, discovery, community, emphasis on showing over telling and identifying/exposing the betrayal.”


3-Week College Student

Duties and Responsibilities

TLC interns are welcome to sit in on all classes and participate fully in our training sessions. In return, they are expected to assist the seminar Admin with various tasks including, but not limited to: keeping the classrooms tidy and supplied with course materials, assisting with merchandise sales, and performing other tasks that come up during the course of the program.

Follow Up

We encourage our interns to stay engaged with the College after their internship is completed by possibly submitting an article for publication in The Warrior magazine, arranging for a TLC presentation at your law school, and coming back for additional courses after your graduation from law school. While you will be given a certificate of appreciation for your internship, you will not be eligible to receive a graduation certificate from TLC unless you are a member of the bar in good standing.