Political Science

  • Banner is made up of three images representing our three branches of government. They include the Capitol building, the White House, and the Supreme Court building

    Department of Political Science

  • President Harrison and CSUN DC Interns, 2013
  • A Conversation with Gov. Michael Dukakis and Gov. Linda Lingle


Students wishing to apply to the Judicial Internship Program should email Dr. Leigh Bradberry at the following email address:  leigh.bradberry@csun.edu.

Dr. Bradberry will then send you detailed instructions on how to apply, and include any attached forms that you will need to fill out.  However, so that you can plan ahead before contacting her, your application will include:

  1.  A completed application form (which will be sent to you by Dr. Bradberry in her email);
  2.  An electronic copy of your transcript(s) of all college work, including those from other institutions (DO NOT USE THE DPR REPORT);
  3.  A narrative of at least two, but not more than three pages (double-spaced), clearly setting forth your reasons for seeking the internship, what you consider to be your major strengths and qualifications for the Program, and what benefits you feel are likely to result from your participation; and
  4.  A completed Recommendation Form from a CSUN professor (Dr. Bradberry will send you this form as well).

Dr. Bradberry’s email will make clear the deadline by which you will need to submit all parts of the application to her.