The Texas Civil Rights Project Houston office (TCRP) seeks motivated law students for the spring and summer. TCRP fights race, sex, and disability discrimination, along with police brutality, while supporting free speech, prisoner rights, privacy, nd voting rights through cutting edge impact litigation. Our law clerks are involved in all aspects of litigation, including investigation of potential cases; work with clients; preparation of complaints, discovery, and motions; and assistance with depositions, hearings, and trials in federal and state court. We generally give a lot of responsibility to our law clerks and an opportunity to be part of the cases that are changing Texas and the nation.
interested in fixed-term internships (either full-time or part-time)
during the academic year should email a resume and cover letter to
TCRP's Regional Director, Amin Alehashem,
Students who work with TCRP are eligible to apply for work study funding. See
http://www.law.uh.edu/pil/workstudy.asp for more details.