Internship Description

The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is the fourth largest general jurisdiction court system in the nation. The Judicial Branch is committed to providing access to justice for all people in the community.

Intern Position Functions

The Law Library Resource Center Interns provide:

  • Direct customer service to litigants in various situations within a self-service environment
  • Handle a variety of requests, inquiries, and complaints from litigants and the general public.
  • Assist court customers with finding needed services or locations.
  • Become knowledgeable about various community resources and provide information to customers as necessary.

This internship offers networking opportunities, references, and multiple on-site training opportunities.

Primary Duties of the Position

Provide direct customer service to litigants over the phone and in person; handle a variety of requests, inquiries, and complaints from litigants and the general public; attend and participate in training and evaluation; assist court customers with finding needed services or locations; provide information to customers as necessary.


Downtown - 101 W. Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85003

Minimum Qualifications

High School Diploma/GED and must pass criminal background check.

Desired Qualifications

If you are a person seeking a real-world working experience, are enthusiastic about learning and are seeking to improve your professional skills, maybe an internship with the Law Library Resource Center is right for you.  We encourage you to apply and explore what the Judicial Branch in Maricopa County has to offer you.

Equal Opportunity Employer

It is the policy of the Judicial Branch not to discriminate in employment or the provision of services.  To arrange for reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please call 602-506-4473. 

For questions regarding internships, please contact:

Shelby Hudgins

HR Special Programs Coordinator



All Judicial Branch offers of employment are contingent upon passing a thorough background/fingerprint check. Applicants must completely and fully answer any questions regarding felony and misdemeanor convictions including any convictions that have been expunged or set aside. Failure to include criminal history information is grounds for revoking offer of employment. A conviction may not automatically disqualify an applicant.

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