The Government Law Center chooses students each semester to serve as interns, either through the Field-Placement Program or as research assistants. Students in the Field-Placement Program receive academic credit; research assistants are paid. Students in either role perform substantive research under the supervision of the GLC Director and staff attorneys, receiving feedback on their research and writing and the opportunity to make connections with community partner organizations.
Applicants who are Government Law Center Fellows are generally given preference, but any Albany Law School student may apply for the fellowship.
To apply, contact the
Director of the GLC.