Are you a college professor who is in search for a worthwhile project for your students? An undergraduate or graduate student in search of an internship? Are you particularly talented at academic research, public relations, web design, or marketing? Do you want the chance to make a difference by shaping modern public policy and thought?
PrisonLawBlog.com is actively seeking undergraduate and graduate students for a number of public advocacy and research-based tasks. The goal of these projects will be to create a number of public advocacy research documents which will define what the world knows about prison law, prisoners’ rights, and the American criminal justice system. All participants will be publicly acknowledged, along with their schools and professors. If applicable, bylines will also be given.
Please contact us to learn more about planned research and advocacy projects. We aim to make a difference in the world around us and to shape modern thought about America’s criminal justice system.
Published Feb 10, 2014 by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA | Last Updated by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA on Oct 24, 2021 at 10:26 am