The Michigan Court of Appeals: Student Internship Program
Ostling, Kurt Arthur
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In 1970 the Michigan Court of Appeals, in conjunction with the James Madison College of Social Sciences at Michigan State University, set up an internship program whereby each academic quarter the Court chooses two outstanding pre-law students from the College to work at the Court during that particular quarter. Later in this project I will describe the type of work performed by the interns, but for now it is sufficient to say that the internship program is designed to give the student-intern a basic grasp of the Michigan legal process, and how the Court of Appeals fits into that process. As I was already aware of the position and function of the Court of Appeals in the state's legal process, I decided to concentrate more on other areas, such as the Court's research division (which I will go into later.)If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.