Defenders of Wildlife offers Internship positions in our Legal division for highly qualified individuals with a commitment to a career in wildlife conservation.
These legal internships are designed to provide a range of administrative and programmatic experience on conservation issues of national significance. Interns will occasionally attend hearings, seminars, and working meetings to develop and implement strategies. This is an opportunity to work closely with seasoned litigators and conservation professionals on a wide variety of projects and gain valuable experience.
Applicants should be current law students with an interest in environmental law. They must have strong writing, research, media, and communication skills, and demonstrate a commitment to the conservation of biological diversity and protection of wildlife. Internships are for credit and unpaid.
Please reference Legal Intern Applicant in your subject line, and submit a letter of interest along with your resume, writing sample, list of references, and a copy of your law school transcript (unofficial accepted) to us via e-mail at: HR@defenders.org
Applications are received year round for fall and spring part-time interns, full-time externs, and full-time summer clerks.
All other open internships are posted as soon as they become available in our current list of open positions.