Hall Render believes that diversity, including differences in race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, age, physical abilities and religious or political beliefs, increases the value of our law firm by allowing us to deliver innovative health law services from various points of view. We are committed to increasing the number of diverse entrants who express an interest in the field of health care and health law in particular. Interns will gain valuable experience in various aspects of legal work, including research and writing projects, client meetings and firm administration. Interns will work part-time, approximately 25 hours per week, and earn $15/hour with parking provided. Interns will not be provided benefits.
In order to be considered, applicants must:
- Have an interest in law and/or the health care field;
- Be authorized to work in the U.S.;
- Be enrolled as an undergraduate student in a four-year degree program;
- Have completed a minimum of 48 credit hours at the time of internship;
- Have at least a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 point scale; and
- Complete the online application.
The following MUST be included with your application for consideration in Hall Render’s Diversity Internship Program.
- One-page resume listing academic achievements, extracurricular activities, honors, employment history, community service and special skills;
- Most recent transcript through the last semester completed;
- Personal statement (500 words or less) describing how your diverse perspective and varying life experiences have shaped your interest in law and/or the health care industry; and
- One letter of recommendation – either an academic or personal reference. Please include the name, address and telephone number for each of your references.
“In 2017, I was an undergraduate intern at Hall Render — my first law firm experience. As a first generation college student, it was an incredibly proud moment for me.
In 2018, I started law school and, after interning at Hall Render, I knew health law was my passion.
In 2019, I returned as a 1L clerk and loved every minute of it! In 2020, I will return again as a 2L clerk and couldn’t be happier.
I will always hold Hall Render in a high regard because they see the value in diversity inclusion, mentorship and kindness. They invest time and effort in helping me achieve my goals.
No matter where my career takes me, I will always be grateful for this firm.”
— Krystal Villarruel, J.D. Candidate at IU McKinney School of Law and Former Hall Render Diversity Intern
Applications will be accepted between January 20 and March 1, 2020.
**Special consideration for first generation college students