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Diversity Internship Program

Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman is a national health law firm with offices in
Anchorage, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Raleigh, Seattle, and
Washington, D.C. Our attorneys represent hospitals and health systems, physician
practices, governmental agencies, and nonprofits in the highly regulated health care
industry. From the time the firm was founded in 1967, Hall Render has focused its
practice in health law and is now recognized as one of the nation’s preeminent health
law firms.

Hall Render is sponsoring a Diversity Internship Program for college students with at
least 48 credit hours and a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale who have an interest in
law and/or the health care field. The internship opportunity will take place from June
3 through July 26, 2024 at our offices in Detroit, MI; Indianapolis, IN; Milwaukee, WI;
and Washington, D.C.

Hall Render believes that diversity, including differences in race, ethnicity, gender,
sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, age, physical abilities, and religious
or political beliefs, increases the value of our law firm by allowing us to deliver
innovative health law services from various points of view. We are committed to
increasing the number of diverse entrants to law school. Additionally, we desire to
grow the number of diverse entrants who express an interest in the field of health
care and health law, in particular. Interns will gain valuable experience in various
aspects of legal work, including research and writing projects, client meetings, and
firm administration. Interns will work part-time, approximately 25 hours per week,
and earn $20 per hour with parking provided. Interns will not be provided benefits


Applications will be accepted through March 7, 2024. Interested students
can apply online at:
Please email any questions or concerns regarding the application process to prior to your application submission.