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Health Law Programs Internship

Georgetown University Law Center, in conjunction with the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law offers a range of academic and capacity building programs including LL.M. programs for lawyers seeking specialized training in domestic and international health law, certificate programs, intensive trainings, internships, and post-graduate fellowships. The Intern, Health Law Programs, will provide support across the portfolio of work, including:

  • Preparation of materials and resources e.g. health law careers guide, health law organizations database, scholarship and funding sources for prospective students, orientation materials
  • Stakeholder outreach and relationship development e.g. partnerships with academic institutions, engagement with alumni, collaborations with health law organizations
  • Student engagement e.g. assisting with academic, career, and social events
  • Curriculum planning e.g. reviewing course offerings and co-curricular programing
  • Strategic planning and program development e.g. analyzing and developing new learning opportunities and maximizing interdisciplinary engagement in health law

The Health Law Programs Intern is a part-time program. Interns typically work 10-20 hours a week. Interns will work virtually for the fall 2020 semester, and should be available during business hours in Eastern Time. We prefer that interns undertake internships for-credit as part of a degree program.

  • A current Georgetown graduate student
  • Proficient in English
  • Strong communications skills, both oral and written
  • Detail oriented and able to work well with little supervision
  • Skilled in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Google Suite
  • Interest in graduate legal education, graduate global and public health education and globally focused education programs

To apply, please email your resume, cover letter and writing sample with subject [Health Law Programs Intern_Last Name] to  

Selected candidates will be contacted to schedule video conference interviews.

The O’Neill Institute will assist and coordinate necessary visa paperwork for candidates offered internships.