I spent my summer interning at Mizan Law Group for Human Rights in Amman-Jordan. This internship was my first experience working with Human Rights. Mizan focuses on three categories of disadvantaged people in the Jordanian community. Women and children suffering from Domestic Violence, cases of people who were/are tortured in Jordanian jails by police officers, and foreign women rights. My primary responsibilities were to do preliminary work with our clients; this included taking their calls, interviewing the clients to understand their problems, and directing them to the resources that were available to them. I also conducted research on various human rights violations and spread awareness in the surrounding villages to stop the problems before they started. In addition, I prepared their cases to present to our lawyers and helped our team highlight any right violations in order to convince them of the validity of our clients’ claims.