1L Rotation Clerkship Applications Open

The Twin Cities Diversity in Practice 1L Rotation Clerkship Program is now accepting applications for Summer 2019! TCDIP is proud to announce that the program will host 27 clerks this summer. The 1L Rotation Clerkship Program is one of TCDIP’s flagship programs and provides the opportunity for 1L students to spend the summer working at a law firm in the Twin Cities as well as working with in-house counsel at a local company. Accepted clerks will work alongside attorneys, develop relationships throughout the Twin Cities, participate in professional development opportunities, and sharpen their legal skills.

Visit our application website to learn more and apply. The deadline for applications is January 21, 2019.

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