In this Comment, I first note how much the existing literature on unpaid internships under the FLSA focuses on urban contexts. Next, I briefly sketch some of the literature on the rural-urban divide, a topic I argue needs much more analysis from legal scholars in coming years. Third, I show how Morris’s work brings together these two literatures, which to this point have not been in conversation with each other. Finally, I note a few questions Morris’s work raises for future attention.
Recommended CitationSusan D. Carle, Comment: Unpaid Internships and the Rural-Urban Divide, 80 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 539 (2023).
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