For Wayne Law Students

We offer a wide range of programs and opportunities for Wayne Law students to inspire their interest in public service and public policy roles, and to highlight the many career paths open to them after law school. 

How Wayne Law students can get involved with us

Our programs include our annual summer legal internship placements on congressional oversight (sub)committees in Washington, D.C.; our library of career panels; research assistant and student assistant opportunities, involvement in the Wayne Law Review oversight edition; and more!


Download our Student Flyer

Find out more about our student programming and opportunities in this brief one-pager!

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We provide annual stipends for Wayne Law students to spend the summer working as legal interns on Capitol Hill, experiencing first-hand a bipartisan approach to congressional oversight.                                                                                            

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More Opportunities for Students

We offer additional oversight opportunities for Wayne law students including regular career panels, Wayne Law Review editions focused on oversight, legislation courses and much more. 

Career Panels

“Legal Careers in Congress” with Daina Robinson and Zack Schram – October 13, 2022

Levin Center Alumni

Meet our 2021 Intern and 2022 Extern - Yara Gayar

Since graduating from Wayne Law in 2023, Yara Gayar has become Counsel, Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee at the U.S. House Financial Services Committee. Yara was a 2021 Levin Center intern working with the Financial Services Committee and returned to the committee the following year as our inaugural Levin Center extern in 2022. 


Meet our 2019 Intern - Daina Robinson

Daina Robinson, a 2020 Wayne State University Law School graduate, has become a member of the oversight community in Washington, D.C.  In 2021, she was hired by the U.S. House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee where she served as a Levin Center legal intern in 2019, and worked as a legal counsel assisting committee investigations into policy matters. In 2023, she moved to the Oversight Team in the legal division of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, helping the agency to interact with requests made by congressional committees and members of Congress.