Our interns receive hands-on training in courtroom settings; assist in daily court proceedings, client interviews, jail visits, research and writing, and administrative work. Students will learn how to communicate effectively with the State's Attorney and our client, negotiate fairly, and vigorously advocate for our clients during hearings and trials. Internships are offered for first, second, and third year law students.  All internships are volunteer.​

Internships are available in the following divisions:

  • Felony
  • Misdemeanor
  • Juvenile

 If you are interested in an internship with the Kane County Public Defender's Office, please email a resume to Jennie Amato at Jamato@KanePublicDefender.org

Resumes must be received by the following dates in order to be considered for an internship:

November 15 for Spring Internships
February 1 for Summer Internships
July 15 for Fall Internships