Internships

Legal Internship Opportunities

Legal Interns assist prosecutors in the Juvenile, District, and Superior Courts and the Appeals and Training Bureau.   These internships are unpaid, but there may be a work-study program or other funding available through your law school. 

First year law students gain experience in legal research, writing, and case preparation.  Second year law students who have been certified under SJC Rule 3:03 may appear in Juvenile and District Courts as a student prosecutor, supervised by an Assistant District Attorney.

Law students interested in a summer internship should submit an application by January 1st.   Please submit all legal internship applications with a cover letter, resume and references to:

Assistant District Attorney Patricia Gould
Director of Training & Professional Development/Hiring Coordinator
Middlesex District Attorney's Office 
15 Commonwealth Avenue
Woburn, MA 01801

All signed applications can be sent regular postal delivery or by scanned PDF via email to mdaojobs@middlesexda.com .  Please indicate in the "Subject" line the position you are applying for.

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College Internship Opportunities

College internships provide students with valuable insight into the workings of the criminal justice system.  These positions are unpaid but work-study funding may be available through your school.  College students interested in a summer internship should submit an application with a cover letter, resume and references by January 1st. to:

Assistant District Attorney Patricia Gould
Director of Training & Professional Development/Hiring Coordinator
Middlesex District Attorney's Office 
15 Commonwealth Avenue
Woburn, MA 01801

All signed applications can be sent regular postal delivery or by scanned PDF via email to mdaojobs@middlesexda.com .  Please indicate in the "Subject" line the position you are applying for.

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