Insight on Diversity

Creating a Diverse, Sustainable In-House Summer Program

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Some in-house law departments assume that hosting a summer intern program for any law students, much less diverse law students, is a daunting task. Some of the perceived hurdles are a lack of dedicated resources, infrastructure, time and recruitment know-how for a diverse pool of candidates. Given these challenges, it is easy to see why an in-house department may forgo a summer program. However, if you have one individual who has the interest and is willing to champion for and take on the responsibility of initiating the program, your company can have a sustainable diverse summer program. Here are some tips for creating a diverse summer program:

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