2014 Summer Minority Internship Program
The Minority Summer Internship in Health Law was developed in 2011 by the Health Law
Section of the New York State Bar Association as part of the Bar Association’s Diversity
Challenge to develop and execute initiatives to increase the diversity of its membership,
leadership and programs and to evaluate the results.
The primary goal of the Minority Summer Internship in Health Law program is to increase
representation of lawyers and students from a diverse range of backgrounds in health law.
The Minority Summer Internship in Health Law program will provide students from a diverse
range of backgrounds an opportunity to experience health law practice. The ultimate goal of
the diversity effort of the Health Law Section is to create a network and forge relationships
which will foster greater diversity among health law attorneys throughout New York State.
The 2014 Summer Interns are:
Patel is a first year law student at Fordham University. She has a
Masters in Health Administraton and has participated in international
internship service programs in Ecuador, Mambai, India and Palau National
Sabarwal is a second year law student at Brooklyn Law School and is a
Dean's Merit Scholarship recipient. She is a graduate of Rutger's
University in Political Science and Labor Studies and this past semester
was a Legal Health Intern at the New York Legal Assistance Group.Both Mital Patel and Alysha Sabarwal will be placed at New York University Medical Center this summer.
View/download the Site Enrollment Form.