The Student Committee has developed a predoctoral internship resource guide to assist students interested in forensic internship search for relevant internship sites, and also maintains an internship database of internships with some forensic component. AP-LS also hosts a listing of predoctoral internships that have at least some element of training in forensic psychology.
The Student Committee Experimental Liaison develops a postdoctoral fellowship resource guide for students, which includes a guide to the post-doc application process as well as a list of recurring experimental post-doc opportunities. Additionally, the Student Committee maintains a list of clinical postdoctoral opportunities in forensic psychology. AP-LS also hosts a listing of forensic psychology postdoctoral fellowship training opportunities, as well as certificate programs in forensic psychology. In addition, the Teaching, Training, and Careers Committee has developed a Resource Directory of Forensic Psychology Postdoctoral Training Programs.
Students and professionals interested in legal training may wish to review the results of our law training survey. The data is available upon request. Opportunities for legal internships are also available, along with a list of post-JD fellowship options for future law school grads.
Here is a primer compiled for the 2017 AP-LS Pre-Conference Workshop on Criminal Procedure and Due Process. Here is a primer compiled for the 2016 AP-LS Pre-Conference Workshop on Torts.
Sample application materials
Several AP-LS professionals have donated sample application materials for internship, postdoctoral fellowship, and early career positions that are available for download. Thanks are due to the named and anonymous professionals who contributed these samples.
"Getting in to Psych Grad School" Resource
The Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology (CUDCP) has launched a new website to help share info with undergraduate students about clinical psychology training options and application tips. This site also can serve as a directory of available postbaccalaureate Research Assistant positions. Check it out at http://clinicalpsychgradschool.org/.
Guide to Graduate Programs in Forensic and Legal Psychology
The American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS) produces an annual guide to graduate programs in forensic and legal psychology, including doctoral (Ph.D., Psy.D.), joint (Ph.D./J.D., Psy.D./J.D., J.D./M.A., Ph.D./M.L.S.), and Masters programs.