Elder Consumer Protection Internship
This program is not offered at this time.
3 Credit Hours
Mark Bauer, Associate Professor of Law
This internship gives students a practical education in dealing with various consumer scams targeting elderly individuals. Students research and respond to requests for technical assistance about consumer scams and exploitations and refer victims to the various state agencies that have jurisdiction over such matters.
• Center for Excellence in Elder Law, Stetson University College of Law
• 120 hours per semester;
• 25 pages of work product;
• Weekly activity reports;
• Periodic meetings with the overseeing professor; and
• 3-5 page memo reflecting on experience.
• Successful completion of all first-year required courses;
• Be in good academic standing;
• Successful completion of Law and Aging (preferred);
• Successful completion of Consumer Protection Law (preferred); and
• Successful completion of Administrative Law (preferred).
• Submit a completed application by the appropriate deadline (for more information, see www.law.stetson.edu/clinics).