Queen’s Law’s internship funding programs allow students to gain legal knowledge and skills by contributing to the public interest in Canada and abroad as summer interns. With financial support from the Torys Public Summer Internship Award Program, the Lenczner Slaght Advocacy Internship, and the Dean’s Excellence Fund, students can accept unpaid summer internships with not-for-profit and public-interest agencies.

Recent internships have included:

Al Otro Lado Border Rights Project, Tijuana Mexico

CALC, Belleville ON

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto ON

Canadian Bar Association, Ottawa ON

Canadian Embassy, Washington DC

Canadian Civil Liberties Association, Toronto ON

Centre for Law and Democracy, Halifax NS

Innocence Canada, Toronto ON

Justice for Children and Youth, Toronto ON

Law Students' Legal Advice Program, Vancouver BC

Legal Assistance Centre, Windhoek, Namibia

Ontario Superior Court, Kingston ON

Red Cross of Canada, Ottawa, ON

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Ottawa ON

United Nations Relief and Works Agency, Jerusalem Israel