Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property (ESIP) Internship Program
Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property Internship Program
(Stacey Tyree, Esq.)
The Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property Internship Program (ESIP) consists of a work component and a class component and allows students to earn academic credit for working in a law department of an entertainment or sports industry company, talent guild or trade association, or in the intellectual property law department of a company or trade association. Students work a minimum of 60 hours per unit of credit and may receive 1-3 credits. Students participate in online class sessions involving small group discussions, prepare weekly summaries of their work and complete a writing assignment. View the eligibility requirements and obligations of the program. If you have been accepted into an internship placement, meet the eligibility requirements, agree to meet the course obligations and want to apply for the internship course, fill out the ESIP application. If you have any other questions, email Lizzette Herrera Castellanos or call (619) 260-2342. The Internship is graded on a Pass-Fail basis.