Students and oversight

Internships for Wayne Law students

The Levin Center at Wayne Law annually provides 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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Michigan Youth in Government

The Levin Center, working with the YMCA affiliate, Michigan Youth in Government (MYIG), provides high school students from across Michigan an opportunity to experience what it's like to conduct fact-based, bipartisan oversight hearings.

Learn more about Michigan Youth in Government

Teaching Bipartisan, Fact-Based Oversight

As schools and universities work to expand their online offerings, the Levin Center would like to suggest a new topic:  legislative oversight and government accountability.

Good government requires good oversight, and it's never too soon to have students thinking about what good oversight means and its role in society. 

Learn more about teaching bipartisan, fact-based oversight