Internship Site Purpose:
Enlist students in BYU Law’s development of the emerging field of Law & Corpus Linguistics (LCL).
The Law & Corpus Linguistics (LCL) Internship is a rare opportunity for students to contribute to a project that has been described as revolutionary to legal interpretation. Interns will share and develop skills and knowledge needed to support the foundation of a developing initiative in the law. An intern’s experience will consist of work in multiple areas: research, editing, and writing, development and annotation of source texts. Each internship is unique, but will likely include engagement with legal and academic research and rudimentary exposure corpus linguistics.
This internship is a remote opportunity available to students from any major.