Baylor Law News – Four Baylor Law Students Selected for Texas Access to Justice Internship Program

Four Baylor Law Students have been accepted into the Texas Access to Justice Internship Program. Through this program, Lee Roy Calderon, Brittany Cravens, Taylor Romero and Brittany Wray have been awarded the opportunity to participate in internships with non-profit providers of civil legal services.

For the summer of 2011, the Commission has partnered with six legal services programs, offering a total 26 eligible legal services offices. Fifteen internships were be available. The internships are open to law school students attending law school throughout the country; however, at least one student was selected from each of the nine Texas law schools. A stipend of $400/week (a lump sum of $4,000) will be provided to every student to help defray living expenses. Students must commit to a 10-week placement.

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