Hot Town, Summer in the City: LSIC Interns Arrive in DC to Make a Difference | DCLAW Students


Our undergrad and law school interns are in the trenches, piloting new programs, and learning about the law.

We are five undergrads and five law students strong, coming together from near and far to soak up as much as we can about the inner workings of a legal services nonprofit.

Interns in our Civil Division are working with LSIC staff attorneys to investigate housing code violations, gather evidence for court proceedings, and even testify in court. Interns in our Criminal and Juvenile Justice Division are working on pending trials and supporting youth who are on probation and in diversion programs. We’re rolling up sleeves here in the office by uploading cases to the case management system, building the Client Court Closet and book shelf, and contributing to our communications efforts.

You can place a name to our photos and get a snapshot of our interests here. Please follow ‪#‎InternTakeover‬ on Instagram and Twitter, like us on Facebook, and read our blog posts. For starters, meet Max, an undergrad intern from Bowdoin College. We look forward to continuing the conversation!

The best part of this internship is the culture of LSIC. LSIC has built a reputation for providing quality legal services and being advocates of the D.C community. I am honored at the opportunity to intern with an organization that prides itself on providing proper legal representation to low-incomes families and helping the community in any way possible. — Toni Ojomo


This Campaign has ended. No more pledges can be made.