From State Bar of Texas, Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section:
The State Bar of Texas, Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section is sponsoring six summer internships for students currently in their second or third year of law school with each of the following: (i) the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, (ii) the Office of the Attorney General (Environmental Protection and Administrative Law Division), (iii) the Railroad Commission of Texas, (iv) the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, (v) the Texas General Land Office, and (vi) the Harris County District Attorney’s Office (Environmental Crimes Division). The objective of the Section’s internship program is to provide six law students who have demonstrated an interest in environmental law with an opportunity to obtain practical experience through one of the sponsored internships.
The internships will last six weeks during either half of the summer of 2014 and each student selected will receive a stipend as a reward for his or her selection. To be eligible for selection for one of the
internships, students must submit all of the following: (1) the Application with affidavit certifying enrollment during the current school year, (2) an unofficial copy of the student’s most current
transcript, and (3) the student’s updated resume. The forms are located on the Section website.
THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF THE APPLICATION MATERIALS IS MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013.