Professor Ross Sandler
This year-long internship provides an opportunity to achieve a deep and wide ranging understanding of New York City administrative agencies and their decision making processes. Working out of the Center for New York City’s offices and under the supervision of the director and associate director of the Center, the intern will research and write articles and reports on a weekly basis for the Center’s publications and Web site. During the course of the internship, the student will attend New York City administrative hearings, contact and interview City officials, conduct targeted research in support of Center publications and activities, and write articles for publication. The Internship begins during the summer between the second and third year of law school and continues for both the fall and spring terms of the third year. During the summer, the student will be paid at the work study rate. During the school year, the student will earn one credit for each semester, making a total of two credits. Students selected for the municipal law internship must commit for the full year.