The Toni Cook Bush Summer Legal Internship
The HistoryMakers is pleased to offer The Toni Cook Bush Summer Legal Internship, in honor of Toni Cook Bush, board chair of The HistoryMakers. Toni Cook Bush has provided irreplaceable services for The HistoryMakers over the years, from simple taping locations to valuable connections in the fund-raising and potential HistoryMaker arenas. A lawyer by trade, Toni Cook Bush has helped to guide The HistoryMakers to its current position as the largest video oral history archive of its kind. The Toni Cook Bush Summer Legal Intern should have an interest in property and copyright law, and its applications.

The purpose of The Toni Cook Bush Summer Legal Internship is to provide a summer opportunity in the areas of internet/intellectual property law, with particular emphasis on the following:
• Digital content law
• Rights and copyright law
• Assisting The HistoryMakers with evaluating its legal structure
• Assessing and handling The HistoryMakers legal cases

The Toni Cook Bush Summer Legal Internship is open to any interested candidates at least in their junior or senior years at a four-year accredited university; majoring in public policy, history, African American studies, archival or library sciences, or a humanities related field. Further application eligibility and guidelines below.

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