Recently, Chief Justice Cornelia A. Clark and Court of Appeals Judge Richard Dinkins met with students participating in the Nashville Bar Association’s Minority Opportunities Committee High School Internship Program. Chief Justice Clark and Judge Dinkins shared their experiences within the legal field and answered the students’ questions about the profession.
Students participating in the program are rising or graduating seniors from a Davidson County public or private school who excel in academics and in extracurricular activities. They also show an interest in the legal profession. Students receive a seven week paid internship from a local law firm or legal agency.
For more information on the Minority Opportunities Committee High School Internship Program, contact Michael G. Hoskins, Esq., Chair of the NBA Minorities Opportunities Committee at email@example.com.